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Share a Story: Dragon Storytime


Did you miss our Dragon Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions to inspire a fiery storytime you can do at home.


From Storytime

The storybook knight by Helen Docherty

Ordered by his parents to tame a dragon, a gentle knight who prefers reading to fighting arms himself with a book.


ROAR WENT THE DRAGON (Tune: Pop Goes the Weasel)

     All around the castle gate, the princess chased the dragon. (roll your hands)

     The princess thought twas all in fun, "Roarrrrrr" went the dragon!  (go ahead and roar as loud as you can)



     Five little dragons with great big scales, one lost his balance and bumped his tail.

     He cried “Ouch!” and breathed some fire, and then flew away, higher and higher.

     Four little dragons…


Little Wing learns to fly by Calista Brill

When young dragon Little Wing flies too far away, he has to find a way back to his home and remember the dragon rules his mother taught him.

More Songs and Stories

This book is not about dragons by Shelley Moore Thomas

Something is chasing Mouse, who claims it is absolutely not a dragon.



Jbrary has a lovely alternate version of Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes.


Although her sisters think she is silly, Tina is a curious cow who loves to explore and try new things. (But where's the dragon, you say? Read it and find out.)



     Fly, fly, dragon fly. Fly, fly, dragon fly.

     Fly, fly, dragon fly. Way up in the sky

     Hop, hop, dragon hop. Hop, hop, dragon hop.

     Hop, hop, dragon hop, stop dragon stop!

     Turn, turn, dragon turn. Turn, turn, dragon turn.

     Turn, turn, dragon turn. Sit, dragon, sit!


Oh no, Little Dragon! by Jim Averbeck

When rambunctious Little Dragon's flame goes out, only his mother can fix it.

Sea dragons by Cari Meister

This photo-illustrated book for early readers tells about the physical features of sea dragons, how they hide using camouflage, and how they have babies. Includes picture glossary.

Roar! by Tammi Sauer

A child is determined to prove that he is a dragon in this story about friendship and fitting in.