Fiery dragons, playful centaurs, the mysterious garusa, the web-footed bunyip–these and other mythological creatures abound in Eric Carle’s Dragons Dragons. In this companion volume to Eric Carle’s Animals Animals, he celebrates mythology and legends from around the world, and breathes life into the creatures that inhabit them. Illustrating poetry from such authors as Anne McCaffrey, X. J. Kennedy, Myra Cohn Livingston, and John Gardner, Eric Carle invites readers of all ages to enter the fabulous world of Dragons Dragons & other creatures that never were.
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Dragons, Dragons by Eric Carle
1. This is a great collection of poems with illustrations by Eric Carle. The short poems are all about mythical creatures and beasts, such as a mermaid, a Yeti, a centaur and many others. The illustrations are very vibrant and captures the reader’s attention.
2. I really enjoyed readings these poems by many different poets, they describe and depict these amazing creatures that come to life in the illustrations.
3. I would pair this collection of poems with “Henry and The Yeti” by Russell Ayto.
4. These poems and illustrations would be a great way to use in a writing activity and have students create a creature of their own and describe them…