“Oh no”, thought Randy, the dragon lives under my bed and he’ll never give me my shoe back!”
Would the dragon be nice enough to give it back to him if he asked? He lay down on the floor close
to the bed and he saw two puffs of smoke drift from under the blanket that swept the floor.
While still lying on the floor, Randy told the dragon to come out and to show himself. When the
dragon didn’t respond, he poked his head under the blanket and saw two little red eyes and a snout
When the dragon came into the light, Randy squealed with delight! Randy didn’t have any friends yet and he was still too young to go to school, so he had to make up things to do.
Outside in the snow-covered yard, he became the great explorer of the North Pole. He wandered around the yard and began collecting snowballs to build a great snow fort. Of course all the great explorers had to have a fortress to protect themselves against the weather and the other dangers of
Just before Randy was ready to go out, he told his mother that he had forgotten a toy that he wanted to take outside with him and that he had to go back to his room to get it. Once he got to the room, Randy asked Spencer if he wanted to go outside with him today. I have an idea,” said the dragon. “I know this neat little trick, watch and I’ll show you.” The dragon shut his eyes real tight and held his breath and before Randy knew it, the dragon was small enough to fit inside his coat pocket. The first
thing that Randy wanted to do was to go sledding, so they pulled out the sled, put it at the top of the hill and sat down. One the count of three Spencer used his tail and pushed a little to give them a start. When the sled didn’t move, the dragon used his tail and gave another push and this time down the hill they flew!