Muffin Dragon

Muffin Dragon

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Atlas Books
In a far corner of the Island of Serendipity stood the poorest of poor castles. Everything was poor including the villagers who lived inside. No matter how poor, the villagers took the greatest of pride in the baking and selling of muffins Every morning, villagers loaded them onto their only wagon and went from village to village selling all the muffins. One day there appeared at the castle a great and monstrous dragon—a muffin-munching dragon. With crumbs still on his face from the muffins he’d eaten at the last castle he’d visited, the dragon came waddling down the hill, right up to the drawbridge. From the smell of things, this was a perfect place for a muffin-munching dragon to live. From that day forward, he ate all of the muffins. With no muffins to sell, the castle folk had no money to buy supplies to bake more muffins. All would have ended here had they not all learned to work together. A delightful tale about simple economics.


Perseus Publishing
A fire-breathing dragon loves munching muffins more than anything in the world, hence his name, the Muffin Dragon. A delightful story about simple economics as it relates to this dragon and kindly but poor folks who live in a run-down castle in the woods.


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In a far corner of the Island of Serendipity stood the poorest of poor castles. Everything was poor here including the villagers who lived inside. No matter how poor the villagers took the greatest of pride in the baking and selling of muffins. Not just any muffins, but the most delicious, delectable muffins in all the land. Every morning villagers loaded them onto their only wagon and from village to village would sell all the muffins. Things were not good here, but at least they weren’t bad. Not bad, that is, until one day there appeared at the castle a great and monstrous dragon. Now, this was not your everyday, run-of-the-mill dragon dragon. This was an enormous, slightly overweight, muffin-munching dragon. With crumbs still on his face from the muffins he’d eaten at the last castle he’d visited, the dragon came waddling down the hill, right up to the drawbridge. From the smell of things, this was a perfect place for a muffin-munching dragon to live. From that day forward he ate all of the muffins and with no muffins to sell the castle folk had no money to buy supplies to bake more muffins. All would have ended here had not they all learned to work together; a delightful tale about simple economics. Ages 5-9.

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& Taylor

A poor village, surviving only by the sale of delicious home-baked muffins to the king, comes up against a muffin-munching dragon.

Publisher: New York : Price Stern Sloan, 2001
ISBN: 9781939011671
9781939011756
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: James, Robin 1953-
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