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by Bill Basso,Kate McMullan


It's Friday the 13th (Dragon Slayers' Academy, Published January 13th 2005 by Penguin Grosset & Dunlap. Paperback, 107 pages.

It's Friday the 13th (Dragon Slayers' Academy, Published January 13th 2005 by Penguin Grosset & Dunlap. Author(s): Kate McMullan, Bill Basso (Illustrator). ISBN: 0448435314 (ISBN13: 9780448435312).

Kate McMullan is the award-winning author of more than seventy-five books for children. You know, for a book that takes place on Friday the 13th, it sure is lucky that I read this book because it is good

Kate McMullan is the award-winning author of more than seventy-five books for children. She lives in Sag Harbor, New York. You know, for a book that takes place on Friday the 13th, it sure is lucky that I read this book because it is good. I hope y'all enjoy this book as much as I did because it's one doozy of a book.

Start by marking Beware! It's Friday the 13th (Dragon Slayers' Academy . His sister Lobelia designs lasses' costume with bells. Kate McMullan 13th book in this series about events that transpire on Friday the 13th is a clever book, with a lot of wit and charm.

Start by marking Beware! It's Friday the 13th (Dragon Slayers' Academy, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Her niece Erica, not lad Eric, warns bells will scare dragons. Mordred fears Friday the 13th and dons lucky clothes - lacy bonnet, eel around neck. Students copy, but fire-breathing Snagglefahng chases Brother Dave.

You know, for a book that takes place on Friday the 13th, it sure is lucky that I read this book because it is good

You know, for a book that takes place on Friday the 13th, it sure is lucky that I read this book because it is good.

By Kate McMullan Illustrated by Bill Basso. Part of Dragon Slayers’ Academy

By Kate McMullan Illustrated by Bill Basso. Part of Dragon Slayers’ Academy. Category: Children’s Chapter Books Children’s Middle Grade Books Children’s Picture Books. But can a bunch of phony 4-leaf clovers help Wiglaf and his friends defeat the dragon Snagglefahng. r will their luck run out? Also in Dragon Slayers’ Academy.

It's Friday the 13th. Book in the Dragon Slayers' Academy Series). My mom checked this book out at the library and asked me to read it to see if it would be a good fantasy book for my younger brother and sister. I would definately say it's a good story for kids aged seven to ten. The book begins with a group of kids preparing for the princess lasses coming to join DSA (Dragon Slayer's Academy). The kids, mostly lads with the exception of a few commoner lasses, are very excited.

Author: McMullan, Kate Basso, Bill (Ilt). NOTE: This title is a Bargain Book Copy, purchased direct from the publisher or distributor as excess inventory or a store return. The book is in new condition and will, in most cases, have a small dot or line on the edge of the book. It may also have a price sticker on it from the original store it was returned from.

Dragon Slayers' Academy is a children's book series written by author Kate McMullan and illustrated by Bill Basso, which currently features 20 books

Dragon Slayers' Academy is a children's book series written by author Kate McMullan and illustrated by Bill Basso, which currently features 20 books. The series follows the adventures of a young medieval peasant boy Wiglaf of Pinwick and his two friends, Erica von Royale and Angus du Pangus, as they are educated in the art of dragon slaying at the boarding school, Dragon Slayers' Academy (DSA), run by Angus' greedy Uncle Mordred.

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Things couldn't be better for the greedy headmaster of DSA. Lasses are lining up to enroll in his school, and more students means "more" gold! But when "The Medieval Times" headline announces that the Bad Luck Dragon is on its way to DSA, Mordred orders his students to hunt for every good luck charm ever invented. But can a bunch of phony 4-leaf clovers help Wiglaf and his friends defeat the dragon Snagglefahng?...or will their luck run out?

Beware! It's Friday the 13th (Dragon Slayers' Academy (Pb)) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0756948511

ISBN: 0756948517

Author: Bill Basso,Kate McMullan

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life

Language: English

Publisher: Perfection Learning (February 1, 2005)

ePUB size: 1781 kb

FB2 size: 1151 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 151

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Galubel
My children love reading this book. THe oldest (10) sailed through the series just for fun. The Next (8) easily reads and enjoys them. My youngest (6) is now moving through them at a pace that amazes me. They all enjoy the characters and the story line. I have purchased these to give as gifts to family and friends as well.
Galubel
My children love reading this book. THe oldest (10) sailed through the series just for fun. The Next (8) easily reads and enjoys them. My youngest (6) is now moving through them at a pace that amazes me. They all enjoy the characters and the story line. I have purchased these to give as gifts to family and friends as well.
Celen
I laughed out loud reading this one to the kids. Too much fun. With each dea book we read together the kids are eager for the next. My daughter has been taking them to school for her free readding time books to reread them. And she Bates to read!
Celen
I laughed out loud reading this one to the kids. Too much fun. With each dea book we read together the kids are eager for the next. My daughter has been taking them to school for her free readding time books to reread them. And she Bates to read!
nadness
You know, for a book that takes place on Friday the 13th, it sure is lucky that I read this book because it is good. I hope y'all enjoy this book as much as I did because it's one doozy of a book.
nadness
You know, for a book that takes place on Friday the 13th, it sure is lucky that I read this book because it is good. I hope y'all enjoy this book as much as I did because it's one doozy of a book.
Auau
My grandson of 8 just loves this whole series. I have to admit that I love them too. Very entertaining, funny, witty. I can hear him laughing when reading them and always retells story to me when finished. I have the series up to #20. He looks forward to receiving each and every one. Don't know what I'll do when I give him #20?
Auau
My grandson of 8 just loves this whole series. I have to admit that I love them too. Very entertaining, funny, witty. I can hear him laughing when reading them and always retells story to me when finished. I have the series up to #20. He looks forward to receiving each and every one. Don't know what I'll do when I give him #20?
Awene
My 3 boys (and I) LOVE this book series! Smart and funny and clever! Would recommend to anyone 8 and older!
Awene
My 3 boys (and I) LOVE this book series! Smart and funny and clever! Would recommend to anyone 8 and older!
Alsath
My mom checked this book out at the library and asked me to read it to see if it would be a good fantasy book for my younger brother and sister. I would definately say it's a good story for kids aged seven to ten.

The book begins with a group of kids preparing for the princess lasses coming to join DSA (Dragon Slayer's Academy). The kids, mostly lads with the exception of a few commoner lasses, are very excited.

Throughout the book you are introduced to the main characters though are not given a lot of information on their backgrounds. However, knowing this is a children's book, I really didn't expect that.

Something that might concern the parents, or at least concerned me a little, was how the book portrayed the adults to be cowardly idiots. When it was time to fight an actual dragon, the adults, with the exception of Brother Dave, ran into the school and hid while the children faced the dragon. The headmaster, Mordred, was a greedy fellow and was consumed with a fear of Friday the 13th (where I assume the book gets its title). The fear caused him to act irrationally by making the kids wear such things as lucky bonnets and eels wrapped around their necks for good luck.
Mordred's sister, Lobelia, forces the girl's to wear an ugly dress that she believes to be "fabulous"

While I would say this is an overall good book for younger kids to read, I would not recomend it to any parents whose child might be thinking they're smarter than the adults in their lives.
Alsath
My mom checked this book out at the library and asked me to read it to see if it would be a good fantasy book for my younger brother and sister. I would definately say it's a good story for kids aged seven to ten.

The book begins with a group of kids preparing for the princess lasses coming to join DSA (Dragon Slayer's Academy). The kids, mostly lads with the exception of a few commoner lasses, are very excited.

Throughout the book you are introduced to the main characters though are not given a lot of information on their backgrounds. However, knowing this is a children's book, I really didn't expect that.

Something that might concern the parents, or at least concerned me a little, was how the book portrayed the adults to be cowardly idiots. When it was time to fight an actual dragon, the adults, with the exception of Brother Dave, ran into the school and hid while the children faced the dragon. The headmaster, Mordred, was a greedy fellow and was consumed with a fear of Friday the 13th (where I assume the book gets its title). The fear caused him to act irrationally by making the kids wear such things as lucky bonnets and eels wrapped around their necks for good luck.
Mordred's sister, Lobelia, forces the girl's to wear an ugly dress that she believes to be "fabulous"

While I would say this is an overall good book for younger kids to read, I would not recomend it to any parents whose child might be thinking they're smarter than the adults in their lives.
Siatanni
Fun book
Siatanni
Fun book