Hamlet and the Enormous Chinese Dragon Kite Brian Lies

ISBN: 9781931659017

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32 pages


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Hamlet and the Enormous Chinese Dragon Kite  by  Brian Lies

Hamlet and the Enormous Chinese Dragon Kite by Brian Lies
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Irrepressible Hamlet decides to buy and fly a kite much to the dismay of his ever-fretful porcupine friend, Quince, who does everything in his power to discourage the venture. Hamlet persists, however, and buys a beautiful, huge Chinese dragon kitesoMoreIrrepressible Hamlet decides to buy and fly a kite much to the dismay of his ever-fretful porcupine friend, Quince, who does everything in his power to discourage the venture.

Hamlet persists, however, and buys a beautiful, huge Chinese dragon kite—so big and powerful, in fact, that as soon as he begins to fly it, he is lifted off his feet and sent on an aerial tour of the countryside.A passing eagle, who thinks Hamlet is being kidnapped by a real dragon, summons his friends, who promptly destroy the kite, leaving Hamlet to plummet to the ground.

Luckily, he fall is broken by the branches of a large tree. Carrying the remains of his once-beautiful kite, Hamlet trudges home where ever-faithful Quince revives his spirits with their signature pick-me-up, a cup of hot chocolate. This is the first book of the Hamlet series, reissued in its first paperback edition simultaneously with the paperback release of the companion title, Hamlet and the Magnificent Sandcastle.About the Author:Brian Lies studied art at Rhode Island School of Design and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, before beginning a career in political illustration.

His work first appeared in the Christian Science Monitor. This was followed by appearances in the Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, and Harvard Magazine, and throughout the L.A. Times Syndicate. Brian illustrated his first childrens book, Flatfoot Fox and the Case of the Missing Eye, by Edith Clifford, in 1990. Since then he has illustrated more than a dozen childrens books, including See the Yak Yak, The Midnight Fridge, several other Flatfoot Fox books, and Hamlet and the Enormous Chinese Dragon Kite, which he also wrote.

His work has also appeared in the childrens magazines Cricket, Ladybug, Babybug and Spider.



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