The Dragon Machine
Illustrated by Wayne Anderson
George begins to see dragons everywhere, yet they seem to go unnoticed by everyone else. He makes friends with them, takes them home and feeds them, but they begin to cause him trouble. So George builds a dragon machine, which he uses to guide them back to their own land. This plan works, but how is George going to deal with life without the dragons?
The beautiful pictures mean you will love looking at this book and listening to the CD at the same time.
About the author
Helen WardHelen Ward trained at the Brighton School of Art, under the direction of well known children’s illustrators such as Raymond Briggs, Justin Todd, Chris McEwan and John Vernon Lord. In her final year in 1985, Helen was awarded the first Walker Prize for Children’s Illustration. In 1999, Helen was the...
Video & audio
This book is about a boy called George that sees a dragon. The dragons have gone around but been unnoticed, just like George. They cause loads of trouble, breaking and stealing things, so George has to find the answer.
There is a CD to go with the book. I recommend the book to anyone who likes a story and for all ages.