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What Do You Feed An Imaginary Dragon? (Spanish)

What Do You Feed An Imaginary Dragon? (Spanish)

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About the Book
 

Now PJ Cowan's stories can be enjoyed in Spanish!

Meet Seven year old Tucker Jenkins, T.J. for short. TJ was a daydreamer. He daydreamed morning, noon and night. T.J.s mom and dad used to worry about him, but his teacher said he was a good boy, he got good grades and never got into trouble. Every story, song and invention starts with a day dream. Come and see what T.J. did with his day dreams.

 
About the Author
 

Born in the Colorado Rockies during the Depression, PJ listened to stories made up by her mother. She in turn made up stories for her children. In 2008, PJ published her first book, "Michael O'brien and The Magic Hat." She wrote for her great grandchildren, but decided to share her stories with children who are growing up in circumstances not unlike those of the Depression years. Twenty-one titles later, PJ is still sharing. She sends her books to Homeless Shelters and Children's Organizations in the Western U.S.

 
 
Info
Title: What Do You Feed An Imaginary Dragon? (Spanish)
Author: PJ Cowan
Publisher:
ISBN: 978-0-9841194-4-8
Language: Spanish
Pages: 20
Binding: Saddle Stitch
Dimensions (inches): 8.5" x 8.5"