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Amy Wu and the patchwork dragon / by Kat Zhang ; illustrated by Charlene Chua.

Zhang, Kat, 1991- (author.). Chua, Charlene, (illustrator.).

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  • 11 of 12 copies available at Bibliomation. (Show)
  • 1 of 1 copy available at David M. Hunt Library - Falls Village.
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David M. Hunt Library - Falls Village E Zha (Text to phone) 33180148081350 Picture Book Recently Returned -

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"Amy loves craft time at school, but when her teacher asks everyone to make their own dragon, Amy feels stuck. Her first dragon has a long, wingless body, stag-like horns, and eagle claws, but her friends don't think it's a real dragon. Then she makes dragons like theirs, but none of them feels quite right--none of them feels like hers"--Publisher marketing.
Subject: Dragons > Juvenile fiction.
Chinese Americans > Juvenile fiction.
Handicraft for children > Juvenile fiction.
Families > Juvenile fiction.
Dragons > Fiction.
Chinese Americans > Fiction.
Handicraft > Fiction.
Families > Fiction.
Genre: Picture books.

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Amy Wu and the Patchwork Dragon
Amy Wu and the Patchwork Dragon
by Zhang, Kat; Chua, Charlene (Illustrator)
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Amy Wu and the Patchwork Dragon


In this sweet and brightly illustrated picture book, Amy Wu must craft a dragon unlike any other to share with her class at school in this unforgettable follow-up to Amy Wu and the Perfect Bao . Amy loves craft time at school. But when her teacher asks everyone to make their own dragon, Amy feels stuck. Her first dragon has a long, wingless body, stag-like horns, and eagle claws, but her friends don't think it's a real dragon. Then she makes dragons like theirs, but none of them feels quite right...None of them feels like hers . After school, a story from Grandma sparks new inspiration, and Amy rounds up her family to help her. Together, can they make Amy's perfect dragon?

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