Dragons

Royal Storytime

CrownJoin us at Preschool Storytime this Tuesday, May 23, at 1:30 PM with special guest Kendra Willis, Ms. Wheelchair Texas 2017.  We will listen to stories, songs, and rhymes about Princesses, Knights, and Dragons with a short craft to follow. This will be a Royal Storytime so Royal attire is encouraged (princess dresses, or knight armour). 
Preschool Storytime is a year-round program every Tuesday at 1:30 PM and recommended for children ages 3-6 years.

Dragons Love Reading 398.2

398.2 Dragon DisplayLook for 398.2
A chant by Judy Freeman, 1983

If you want a good story, let me tell you what to do-
Look for 398.2!
Prince in hot water, trouble with a witch's brew-
Look for 398.2!
Fierce and fire-breathing dragons, shiny scales of green and blue-
Look for 398.2!
Ogres, leprechauns, and goblins all are waiting just for you-
Look for 398.2!
Find a tale from every country, Australia to Peru-
Look for 398.2!
That's all you've got to do.

Come in and check one out for you.

Are Dragons the New Vampires?

Okay, I don't really think dragon romances are going to become as popular as vampire romances.  But, there are several excellent new series featuring dragons available from the library and I wanted to bring them to your attention.  I actually think the fantasy/urban fantasy romance blend has overtaken the vampires in popularity, and I consider the dragon books part of that trend.

Dragons and Dragon-Slayers

Dragons, although only occasionally encountered in East Texas (alligators don’t count), are reasonably common in fantasy fiction. Now, in Texas, you might run into one dancing around your neighborhood, especially around the lunar New Year. And in October and May you may find several paddling furiously neck and neck down the bayou (May 1, 2010 is predicted to be an excellent day for dragon spotting around Allen’s Landing in downtown Houston).

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