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by Martine Gourbault,Jean E Pendziwol

No Dragons for Tea: Fire Safety for Kids (and Dragons) download ebook
ISBN:
1550745697
ISBN13:
978-1550745696
Author:
Martine Gourbault,Jean E Pendziwol
Publisher:
Kids Can Press (April 1, 1999)
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Pages:
32 pages
ePUB:
1949 kb
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1734 kb
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Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Rating:
4.1

Once Upon a Dragon: Stranger Safety for Kids (and Dragons). Martine Gourbault is a painter and illustrator.

Once Upon a Dragon: Stranger Safety for Kids (and Dragons). Stop Drop and Roll (A Book about Fire Safety). She has illustrated a number of picture books including, I Went to the Bay, M. cGratt and the Ornery Cat and the Dragon Safety series. She resides in Vancouver, Canada.

No Dragons for Tea written by Jean E. Pendziwol was an amusing read that I really enjoyed. This fun book includes fire safety rules at the back of the book. I thought this book was adorable and would be extremely helpful to have in any classroom

No Dragons for Tea written by Jean E. I decided to put it under the Children's Story Book section vs. poetry because i felt that the illustrations added to the story because it gave you a visualization of the dragon and characters in the story. Although, the story did include rhyme for every line which would make the story a fun read aloud. I thought this book was adorable and would be extremely helpful to have in any classroom. No Dragons for Tea: Fire Safety for Kids is an excellent book for any young elementary school classroom or therapy room.

No Dragons For Tea - Jean E. Pendziwol.

No Dragons For Tea: Fire Safety for Kids (and Dragons). by Jean E. Pendziwol and Martine Gourbault. In the first intstallment of the Dragon Safety Series, a dragon’s flame-filled tea party turns into a rhyming and reassuring lesson in fire safety. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Kids Can PressReleased: Jun 10, 2014ISBN: 9781771383134Format: book. No Dragons For Tea - Jean E.

Pendziwol, Jean; Gourbault, Martine, il. Rhymed text and illustrations show what happened at a tea party when a friendly dragon sneezed.

Pendziwol, Jean; Gourbault, Martine, ill. Publication date. Includes a fire safety rhyme and a checklist of things to be prepared to do in case of fire. no page number in the book. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

This rhyming picture book, subtitled "Fire Safety for Kids (and Dragons)," takes a low-key but effective approach to the serious . Fire Safety for Kids (and Dragons). Pendziwol ; illustrated by Martine Gourbault.

This rhyming picture book, subtitled "Fire Safety for Kids (and Dragons)," takes a low-key but effective approach to the serious topic of fire safety. A girl invites a dragon home to tea. Pepper on the pickle causes the problem: "Then the dragon's nose twitched, and he started to wheeze. His eyes misted up, and he blew a great sneeze.

No Dragons for Tea book. No Dragons for Tea. Written by Jean E. Pendziwol and illustrated by Martine Gourbault. Published by Kids Can Press. While out for a walk with her mom, a little girl meets a teddy bear-toting, fire-breathing dragon whom she invites home for tea, but when he sneezes at the table, they must then escape the fiery domicile.

Part of the Dragon Safety Books Series). Martine Gourbault, Jean E. A Treasure at Sea for Dragon and Me: Water Safety for Kids (and Dragons). Tale of Sir Dragon, The: Dealing with Bullies for Kids (and Dragons).

Fire Fighter, Fire Truck and Fire Safety Books for Kids + 10 related activities for Fire Prevention Week

Fire Fighter, Fire Truck and Fire Safety Books for Kids + 10 related activities for Fire Prevention Week Firemen can look scary in all that gear-maybe take them down to the station so they know what they look like!

NO DRAGONS FOR TEA: FIRE SAFETY FOR KIDS (AND DRAGONS) by Jean Pendziwol and illustrated by Martine Gourbault A young girl invites a dragon to tea. And while they enjoy their meal, the dragon goes aachoo and the tablecloth and curtains catch fire

NO DRAGONS FOR TEA: FIRE SAFETY FOR KIDS (AND DRAGONS) by Jean Pendziwol and illustrated by Martine Gourbault A young girl invites a dragon to tea. And while they enjoy their meal, the dragon goes aachoo and the tablecloth and curtains catch fire.

While out for a walk with her mom, a little girl has the surprise of her life -- she meets a real, live, fire-breathing dragon! Now this dragon is nothing to be afraid of -- in fact, he's so friendly that she invites him home for tea. But their afternoon snack is suddenly interrupted when the dragon sneezes and sets the table ablaze. Luckily, the girl knows just what to do, and she teaches her new friend to be fire smart, too. With its funny, rhyming verse and spunky illustrations, Dragons for Tea shows kids that learning about fire safety doesn't have to be scary. The story ends with "The Dragon's Fire Safety Rhyme" -- a fun and easy way to remember what to do in case of fire.
Reviews:
  • Zbr
I am a fire inspector and spend part of the year doing public education for K-6th graders in fire safety. I purchased a variety of fire safety educational books to read to kids several years ago in the search for a good educational book. This book has become my favorite, and go to book for reading to kids. It is entertaining, and yet allows me to teach important lessons in fire safety while keeping the attention of my audience on the story. It strikes the right balance between story and fire safety lessons, in a single package. I would definitely recommend it to anyone.
  • Tygrafym
My 4 year old is obsessed with fire and fire safety. We love this book! It looks like a lot of words, but the rhyme makes it an easy and fun read. We read this at least once a day. I also love that the end includes a fire safety rhyme with the key points that Kids can learn and remember. There’s also a lot of discussion questions and tips which is great for starting and continuing the conversation about fire safety. Highly recommended!
  • Fordg
I like it but its a tad too long especially when you need to discuss the safety rules after reading the book to make sure the kids caught them, understand them, and learn them. I cannot think of a better book out there though so its what we use.
  • Hiylchis
Such a cute informative book! It explains the dangers of fire in a fun but serious enough way so kids aren't scared but wide-eyed as they learn about not hiding during a disaster, meeting at a specific location in case of fire and not going back in to get precious items. Loved this book for my children!
  • Fordrellador
This book was amazing! My favorite fire safety book that I've come across. I loved reading it, my fellow teacher loved it, and most important, the kids loved it. It has a really cute story, with some rhyming, which was great. We'll be using the rhyme from the back of the book long past when we'll have the book out for the kids to read.
  • Kizshura
This is a really cute fire safety book!! Read it in my preschool special needs class and we all really liked it.
  • Awene
My 4-year old loves this book. The content is appropriate for younger children, but there is a lot of text-per-page, so it might not hold attention, though the rhymes help. It covers the bases about fire safety (stop-drop-roll, get out of the house, don't go back inside the house for belongings, have a meeting spot, etc).
I read this to our girl scout troop as part of their safety badge. We have girls age 5th to 8, and I wasn't sure if the content would be boring for the older girls, but they seemed to enjoy the story just as much as the younger girls. It got them all thinking about what to do in case of a fire, and Made it silly. My daughter is 6 and keeps asking me to read it to her again!