Item description for Moongobble & Me: The Dragon of Doom (UNABRIDGED) (Moongobble and Me) (Moongobble and Me) by Bruce Coville...
Nothing ever happens in the little town of Pigbone—until Moongobble moves into the abandoned cottage at the top of the hill with his faithful toad, Urk. Young Edward begins working for the would-be magician, and before he knows it is off on his first quest. A rollicking new chapter book filled with wacky characters and weird situations.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.5" Height: 5.5" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Jan 5, 2004
Publisher Full Cast Audio
ISBN 1933322233 ISBN13 9781933322230
Availability 0 units.
More About Bruce Coville
Paula Danziger (1944-2004) was a flamboyantly funny and deeply honest writer who had a direct line into kids' hearts and funny bones. Bruce Coville lives in Syracuse, New York. Elizabeth Levy lives in New York City.
Bruce Coville currently resides in Syracuse, in the state of New York.
Bruce Coville has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Moongobble & Me: The Dragon of Doom (UNABRIDGED) (Moongobble and Me) (Moongobble and Me)?
Great Read Aloud For 4 and 5 year olds May 22, 2008
There are not all that many good books that you can read aloud to 4 and 5 year olds. Moongobble (a series, currently there are 4 books) is a good example of a book that young people will enjoy listening to, and the adult won't be bored out of his mind.
This is the first book in the Moongobble and Me series. Edward, a young boy apprentices to a neophyte wizard, Moongobble. Moongobble has a habit of messing up his spells and turning things to cheese. The Moongobble series has all the elements of fantasy: knights, dragons, witches,... but none of the violence usually present: the dragon of doom turns out to be roughly a foot long. The writing is witty, but simple enough for a four year old to understand.
great read for clever 1st graders Aug 10, 2007
My son loved this book. He just turned 7 and is only just beginning to read more fluently to himself. This book is great to read himself (large print) and fun to read to him as well. P.S. It was on the school recommended reading list for my 9 year old!
Delightful! May 12, 2007
A splendid trilogy of sweet but not syrupy fantasy books for young children (I'd say around 3-7). With a bit of dragons, a bit of magic, a bit of questing, and a bit of coming of age tale to them, I found these to be must read books for my kids.
Moongobble and Me Oct 31, 2006
Moongobble and Me by Bruce Coville
Do you want a jolly good book to read about a wizard who makes stuff into cheese? How about reading about a wizard and his helper who go on a mission to get golden acorns away from a dragon? The wizard is Moongooble and Eddy is his helper. If you want to read about their adventures pick up this book.
Herbie, Age 9 Cunniff Elementary Watertown, MA.
Great fantasy for kids... Jun 19, 2006
This book is very fun. My husband and I read alot with our son. And we encourage our son to read. We read a mixture of history, science and then fun stuff, like this book. This a great light story for children and it would be one to get the really young kids into reading. This book is about when Edward, a boy growing up in "Pigbone" meets his new neighbor Moongobble the wizard. This book is definitely written from a kid's point of view...my son was giggling the whole time. If you are looking for a fun read for your small child, this is the one!