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Drac and The Gremlin by Allan BaillieWe did a search for other books with a similar title, however there were no matches. You can try selecting from a similar category, click on the author's name, or use the search box above to find your book. Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Two stories told side by side, Drac fighting the evil Gremlin and children acting out the fantasy in the garden, which was the joint winner of the Australian Children's Book Council's Picture Book of the Year Award From Australia, a celebration of imaginative play.
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Drac and the Gremlin (Viking Kestrel Picture Books) [Allan Baillie, J. Tanner] on iatt-ykp.org *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Two children's fantasy play.
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Two stories told side by side, Drac fighting the evil Gremlin and children acting out the fantasy in the garden, which was the joint winner of the Australian Children's Book Council's Picture Book of the Year Award PreSchool-K-- A young girl and a younger boy play at fantasy amidst the "jungles" garden , "bubbling seas" lawn sprinkler , and "black volcano" smoking barbecue of their Australian backyard. At this point, their mother interrupts their play to award them the "Twin Crimson Cones of Tirnol Two" ice cream cones for their valor--and this, more than anything, illustrates all that is wrong with this book. It is all too clearly an adult rendering of a child's fantasy. The lavish illustrations leave nothing to the imagination, exposing the fantasy at every turn, while the text seems almost voyeuristic in its intrusion into the private world of the child's imagination.