Magical Creatures #2019

Magical Creatures Meg Clibbon Magical Creatures Dragons and giants and trolls oh my Storybook legends tell of a whole menagerie of imaginary creatures Who better to playfully explore these beasts than those impresarios of imagination Meg and Lucy

  • Title: Magical Creatures
  • Author: Meg Clibbon
  • ISBN: 9781554510306
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Magical Creatures Meg Clibbon Dragons and giants and trolls, oh my Storybook legends tell of a whole menagerie of imaginary creatures Who better to playfully explore these beasts than those impresarios of imagination, Meg and Lucy Clibbon This creative team presents a fun filled guide to than 20 mythical beings Prepare to meet creatures great bad tempered giants are best avoided and small dDragons and giants and trolls, oh my Storybook legends tell of a whole menagerie of imaginary creatures Who better to playfully explore these beasts than those impresarios of imagination, Meg and Lucy Clibbon This creative team presents a fun filled guide to than 20 mythical beings Prepare to meet creatures great bad tempered giants are best avoided and small dwarves are small in stature but big on brains You ll also encounter old favorites from the mysterious Sphinx to the elusive Loch Ness Monster and new surprises, like the Australian Bunyip Other featured creatures include, Unicorns, Trolls, Mermaids, The Phoenix, Centaurs, Werewolves, Fairies Playful profiles for each offer a description spiced with the wit and luscious illustrations of the beasts and the panoramic landscapes they occupy.
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    1. This is my favourite of the Meg Clibbon books so far gorgeous illustrations featuring different creatures There s a lot of information, so might be better to share at home than as a readaloud in class, but our children love looking at the pictures.

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