Three s a Crowd Jane and the Dragon As seen on TV A new fast paced fairy tale starring a feisty knight in training and the dragon friend she joins on daring adventures What s so funny about playing dung wars What s so side splitting abo

  • Title: Three's a Crowd: Jane and the Dragon
  • Author: Martin Baynton
  • ISBN: 9780763639297
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • As seen on TV A new fast paced fairy tale starring a feisty knight in training and the dragon friend she joins on daring adventures.What s so funny about playing dung wars What s so side splitting about armpit farts Jane just doesn t get it But Dragon and Gunther, Jane s fellow knight in training, think it s all hilarious and are fast becoming the best of friends MaybAs seen on TV A new fast paced fairy tale starring a feisty knight in training and the dragon friend she joins on daring adventures.What s so funny about playing dung wars What s so side splitting about armpit farts Jane just doesn t get it But Dragon and Gunther, Jane s fellow knight in training, think it s all hilarious and are fast becoming the best of friends Maybe it s time for Jane to ask Jester to give her a crash course on crass humor

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    About "Martin Baynton"

    1. Martin Baynton

      Martin Baynton is a British Author, Illustrator, Actor and TV producer He is a children s book writer, he has also written fiction for adults and a selection of his short stories have been anthologized He is well known for his children s book Jane and the Dragon, which has since been adapted for television and produced by Weta Workshop His books have been widely published in the UK, US, New Zealand and Australia, and he has illustrated books written by authors such as Russell Hoban and Kenneth Grahame.Born in London, Baynton was educated at Hereford Cathedral Prep School and Ledbury Grammar School, and studied electroencephalography at Great Ormond Street Hospital In the 1970s, he joined St Bartholomew s Hospital developing biofeedback technology, and as a therapist working for biofeedback pioneer Dr Ann Wooley Hart.In addition to writing and illustrating children s books, Baynton has been a Producer, writer and director for the stage and TV In 2002 he teamed up with Richard Taylor of Weta Workshop to create and produce children s television They created the award winning Jane and the Dragon based on Baynton s book series of the same name , and recently The WotWots for pre schoolers.Baynton moved to New Zealand in 1987 with his wife Diane and his children Theo and Terri His son Theo Baynton who is also a writer and illustrator, was the art director on Jane and the Dragon In 2009 Baynton and Theo developed The WotWots along with Richard Taylor for Pukeko Pictures and Weta Workshop.Baynton has also worked as actor for the stage and for TV.

    893 thoughts on “Three's a Crowd: Jane and the Dragon”


    1. This was an easy read, but it was not my favorite. It was kind of boring because it did not have a well-developed plot. However, it would be good to teach students to read because it was a short novel, and there were pictures; it is a good transition from picture books to novels. Also, it teaches students that it is okay for people to have more than one friend. This novel teaches great lessons about friendship. It was not my favorite book, but it would have great uses in the classroom.


    2. A fun series to introduce chapter books to your little mighty girl, not that boys wouldn't enjoy it as well. What's not to love about dragons?


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