by Laurence Pringle & illustrated by Eujin Kim Neilan.
by Laurence Pringle & illustrated by Eujin Kim Neilan. Light on specifics-and totally free of source citations or leads to further information-Pringle’s anecdotal survey of dragons worldwide floats next to a set of kaleidoscopic action portraits done in swirling combed acrylics. Making it plain that he’s describing imaginary creatures, the author begins with examples from ancient civilizations, closes with a reference to dragon floats in modern Chinese New Year celebrations, and in between, mentions monsters from Asia, Europe and Africa, but not the Americas. Neilan’s toothy worms occupy color or monochrome scenes rendered in a fragmented, cubist.
Laurence Pringle (Author), Eujin Kim Neilan (Illustrator)
Laurence Pringle (Author), Eujin Kim Neilan (Illustrator). Dragons may be friendly or scary, Pringle explains, depending on when and where you lived.
Eujin Kim Neilan is the illustrator of The Best Winds, by Laura E. Williams. She lives in Natick, Massachusetts. 5 23% (7). 4 32% (10).
Imagine a Dragon book. A creature made of myth and dreams
Imagine a Dragon book. A creature made of myth and dreams . In this stunning book, richly illustrated by Eujin Kim Neilan, Laurence Pringle explains how people came to believe in dragons and offers young readers an engaging look at dragons from cultures around the world.
A creature made of myth and dreams
A creature made of myth and dreams. Imagine a scaly creature more than a hundred feet long that spews fire and beats its wings to fly. Or imagine another creature with the head of a camel, horns like a deer, and paws like a tiger. Different cultures imagine dragons differently. An English dragon might terrorize the countryside, and a Chinese dragon might cause a drought, a flood, or even a hurricane.
Imagine A Dragon" by Laurence Pringle, Illustrations done by Eujin Kim Neilan. Laurence Pringle writes about the myths and legends of Dragons from around the world. There are dragons that are frightening and destructive and ones that are not so frightening who are still today worshiped for the wonderful gifts they give. Laurence Pringle writes about the legendary heroes who fought the dragons to bring peace to the land. This picture book of the legends of dragons is great for ages 9 to 12 years of age. For those children interested in dragons they will learn a great deal about many different dragons and the many different places they have lived. The illustrations are remarkable.
The story behind the book -February 2005-BMP reports that Korean artist Eujin Kim Neilan will be shown m. in hope she will illustrate the book.
The story behind the book. This book has quite a story. -February 1990-my manuscript was accepted. Received balance of advance. February 2005-BMP reports that Korean artist Eujin Kim Neilan will be shown m.
The works of Laurence Pringle have garnered major awards, including the Eva L. Gordon Award for Children's Science Literature, the Washington Post-Children's Book Guild Nonfiction Award, and a Lifetime Achievement Prize from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Narrated by John McDonough. For thousands of years, the notion of dragons has struck fear in the hearts of men and women all over the world. Narrated by John McDonough. You have this audiobook. Listen to your audiobook on Apple (iOS) or Android phones and tablets.