Good Knight, Deano Dragon by Bonnie Sargent

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"While there is a place for bathroom humor in children’s literature, Sargent relies too much on flatulence and defecation, which is too graphic for good taste..the crude plot of this book cannot be recommended for young readers."
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The village of Anthonyville is in the middle of a drought. The villagers are slowly being starved by a terrible dragon who has stolen all the food the villagers have grown. The dragon left the villagers only beans to eat as he doesn't like beans. Tristan, a page, also doesn't like beans. They give him gas and send him running to the outhouse all day and night. Tristan decides it is up to him to slay the greedy dragon. With a lance and horse stolen from his favorite knight, Tristan leaves the village under the cover of darkness. Tristan knows that there are only two possible outcomes to his decision. Either he will slay the dragon and return home a hero or the dragon will slay him, in which case he will not return home at all.
 

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Published December 5, 2014 by AuthorHouse. 66 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction
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Below average
on Apr 20 2015

"While there is a place for bathroom humor in children’s literature, Sargent relies too much on flatulence and defecation, which is too graphic for good taste..the crude plot of this book cannot be recommended for young readers."

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