The Flying Dragon Room by Audrey Wood

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Unaware that Mrs. Jenkins is polishing up her set of magical tools in the backyard, young Patrick finds himself in a fantastic world of imagination in which he comes face-to-face with such incredible items as a bubble machine and a friendly dragon.
 

About Audrey Wood

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Audrey Wood was born in Sarasota Florida. When Wood was two, her family moved to Mexico to study art. Wood and her three sisters were tutored in music, dance, painting, and drama. She decided at a young age that she wanted to create children's picture books. Wood is one of four generations of artists in her family, and the only female artist. Wood began writing children's books seriously when her son was two years old. Her first book, 24 Robbers, was published in 1978. Wood and her husband, Don collaborate on many of Wood's picture books. The first book the two did together was called Moonflute. Teague is the popular author and illustrator of Pigsty, which was an American Bookseller Pick of the Lists. He also has been named spokesperson for Crayola's national art contest. He lives in NY with his wife, Laura and daughter, Lily.
 
Published March 1, 1996 by Scholastic. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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a week later, Patrick invites his parents and Mrs. Jenkins on a tour of his new place, a kind of magical amusement park consisting of endless fantasy rooms--the Small Creature Garden, the Bubble Room, the Food Room, the Jumping Room--through which the family and Mrs. Jenkins pass, not without adv...

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After a week's work, the boy proudly invites everyone for a tour of ""his new place,"" a sequence of settings that includes a garden teeming with ""creepy-crawly things,"" a chamber filled with bubble-blowing machines, a Food Room offering limitless edible treats, a gravity-defying room where the...

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