[PDF] ✑ No Dragons for Tea: Fire Safety for Kids (and Dragons) ✓ Jean E. Pendziwol – Lectinshield.co.uk

  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • No Dragons for Tea: Fire Safety for Kids (and Dragons)
  • Jean E. Pendziwol
  • English
  • 14 September 2019
  • 0625816457192

10 thoughts on “No Dragons for Tea: Fire Safety for Kids (and Dragons)

  1. says:

    Visiting my two nephews ages 4 and 2 This rating and review is based on what my 4 year old nephew told me after reading I really liked the pictures of the dragon I thought it was funny when he sneezed But there were too many words I don t like books with lots of words I had to ask him what he learned about fire safety All I got was a blank stare This book would probably be better when he s a little older.

  2. says:

    Nothing like a nostalgic read

  3. says:

    I think this book does a good job of what it sets out to do Teaching basics about what to do in a house fire, and giving parents a starting point for discussion, in a way that is not negitive or scary And of course showing children why dragons really shouldn t come over for tea even if they re nice dragons, just in case they re wondering.Includes fire safety tips for parents to share in the back.

  4. says:

    2 14 12Legomeister loved this book when he was four and five He thought it was a hilarious story and loved the fire safety information We checked this out for Little Miss recently She freaked out She had tons of questions about what we would do in case of fire, and What if this and that She s generally not an anxious child I m not sure if it was a temporary mood, or if she has a special fear of fire Still, even though it s scary, it s important to discuss fire safety So although I can tell this won t be a favorite book of hers, I m still glad we read it.I do recommend it It s a cute story and has tons of good fire safety info And it s fun to read.3 5 12Little Miss has been requesting this frequently and enjoying the story Luckily the freak out was a one time thing.

  5. says:

    I thought that the author did an excellent job at teaching the reader about fire safety via the story of the little girl s encounter with a dragon in her kitchen I think that using the example of the little girl knowing what to do during a fire, can help students feel like they too can remain calm if a fire breaks out near them, and can teach them what they could do if they are ever found to be near a fire Not only that, but the example that the little girl sets in teaching the dragon how to combat a fire, can serve as an example to other kids that they too can lead others and teach them to be fire smart savvy If I were to have this book in my future classroom, I would choose to use it during a month week in which our school would be practicing safety drills for all purposes.

  6. says:

    This is a perfect book to read to children during fire prevention at school, as well as a story to enjoy at home What you think is a cute story about making a new friend turns into a book about fire safety Teaching children to have a meeting place outside your home, how to get out in case of a fire, never hide, and NEVER go back inside The illustrations are wonderful and full of color to keep the attention of the reader.

  7. says:

    This charming story, written in rhyming prose, has a memorable message Let our young narrator introduce you to Dragon and Teddy as they make friends and have adventures I was beyond thrilled when my daughter danced down the hall after the story ended receipting the verse about never re entering a burning house We loved this book.

  8. says:

    This is an excellent book about fire safety explained in a way that children will understand A young girl invites a dragon over for tea While drinking tea the dragon sneezes fires which causes a fire in the little girl s house The girls springs into action and gets her and the dragon to safety She also doesn t let the dragon go back in to get his teddy bear.

  9. says:

    This book is a bit cutesy but it gets the job done The fire safety instructions are clear, the danger isn t too scary, the rhyming not that bad, and the back matter including a fire safety rhyme is helpful for grown ups.

  10. says:

    After reading this cautionary tale about inviting dragons to tea and them setting fire to the tablecloth and curtains with a fiery sneeze, Son of Athos wanted to be assured that we have no pepper in the house Pepper s ok, said I Only Dragons sneeze fire No No NO pepper

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About the Author: Jean E. Pendziwol

Jean E Pendziwol is an award winning Canadian author of books for adults and children She was shortlisted for the Governor General s Award and the 2014 TD Canadian Children s Literature Award for Once Upon a Northern Night Groundwood Books, 2013 Her children s books include the critically acclaimed No Dragons for Tea Fire Safety for Kids and Dragons Kids Can Press , which continues to be