Books about Castles, Dragons and Knights for Early Years

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Franklin's Flying Bookshop 

by Jen Campbell

Franklin the dragon loves stories, but everyone is scared of him. One day he meets Luna who, far from being scared, is fascinated to meet Franklin. Together, they hatch a plan to share their love of books by opening a bookshop – right on Franklin’s back!


by Julia Donaldson

Zog is the keenest dragon in school. He's also the most accident-prone. Luckily, a mysterious little girl always comes by and patches up his bumps and bruises. But will she be able to help him with his toughest test: capturing a princess?


Sylvia and Bird 

by Catherine Rayner

Sylvia is the only dragon in the whole world, and she is very lonely - until one day, she meets Bird. Tiny and chirpy, so different from the huge dragon, Bird somehow changes Sylvia's life for ever.

The Great Dragon Bake Off

by Nicola O'Byrne

To look at, Flamie is as terrifying as a dragon can get. But behind closed doors, Flamie is a stupendously Star Baker! He loves baking so much that his studies at the Ferocious Dragon Academy are starting to suffer. Flamie's going to need a showstopper to get out of this one...

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How to Catch a Dragon

by Caryl Hart 

Albie's trip to the library soon turns into a fun adventure with his new knightly friend. On their way to find some dragons they meet trolls, bears and a mysterious many-headed monster. Going to the library has never been so much fun!

There's No Dragon in the Story by Lou Carter

Poor old dragon. Nobody wants him in their story. Not Goldilocks, not Hansel and Gretel - no one. But Dragon will not give up! His boundless enthusiasm won't get him into any trouble. Surely ... A glorious story about dragons, heroes and one very big sneeze.