Hay Un Dragon En Mi Bolsa De Dormir by James Howe
(Theres A Dragon In My Sleeping Bag)

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Alejandro is intimidated by his older brother Simâon's imaginary dragon, until he is able to create his own friend, a camel named Calvino.
 

About James Howe

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James Howe was born on August 2, 1946. He attended Boston University and majored in Theater. While in elementary school, he wrote a play, some short stories and self-published a magazine. While in college, he wrote plays. His first book, Bunnicula featuring a vampire rabbit, won him a Young People's Choice Award in 1982. He wrote a series of books featuring Bunnicula which titles included "Howliday Inn," "The Celery Stalks at Midnight," and "Nighty-Nightmare." He also wrote a series of mysteries, featuring Sebastian Barth, and a series of chapter books featuring Pinky and Rex. In addition, he has written nonfiction, adaptations of classic stories, and screenplays for movies and television. Alma Flor Ada is an internationally published children's book author who was born in Cuba. She is the recipient of several prestigious honors, including the Pura BelprE Award, the Christopher Award, the JosE MartI World Award, and the Museum of Tolerance Award. She lives in Mill Valley, California. Alma Flor Ada es una autora de libros para niNos reconocida y publicada internacionalmente. Ha recibido varios premios prestigiosos en Estados Unidos, entre ellos, el Pura BelprE y el JosE MartI. Alma Flor vive en San Francisco, California.
 
Published October 1, 1994 by Atheneum. 40 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In this sequel to There's a Monster Under My Bed, one brother invents a dragon to play with, the other invents a camel. A clever variation on the imaginary friend theme, said PW. Ages 4-7. (May)

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