Dorrie and the Dreamyard Monsters

Dorrie and the Dreamyard Monsters After Dorrie rescues the Dream Witch from imprisonment by the Dreamyard monsters pleasant dreams replace the nightmares of the residents of Witchville

  • Title: Dorrie and the Dreamyard Monsters
  • Author: Patricia Coombs
  • ISBN: 9780440408963
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Paperback
  • After Dorrie rescues the Dream Witch from imprisonment by the Dreamyard monsters, pleasant dreams replace the nightmares of the residents of Witchville.

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    One thought on “Dorrie and the Dreamyard Monsters”

    1. Least favourite aspect/element of the book: As someone who believes in the crucial role of children's books in educating and raising critical, creative, smart and open-minded human beings I was deeply disappointed by this one. It doesn't help in developing neither of the qualities I mentioned: it wasn't original in any way and in my opinion crassly underestimates children's ability to reflect. There was no moment in which the book challenged the reader to think beyond what was happening in the s [...]

    2. I like it because I like witch stories and its a really nice book because the monsters make friends with her.

    3. This doesn't look like the edition I have--the background coloration on the cover is different on the one I have.I haven't read this. I gather it's intended as a book for very young children, but it's not a picture book, although it has a lot of pictures. Pretty good pictures, but I can't find a credit for the illustrator. Maybe the author is also the illustrator?I gather that the 'dreamyard monsters' are sending all the witches nightmares, though it's not clear why. Maybe it's explained in the [...]

    4. 10/15/2016:Got this again for my 5-year, judged that she was old enough and had enough attention span, and she really enjoyed it. I'm going to try the rest of the series if I can get my hands on them.04/10/2013:It's really hard for me to rate this objectively, as it was one of my absolute favorites as a child. I'm not sure if my library didn't have any other Dorrie books, or if this was the only one I liked. But none of the other's seem familiar, where as I remembered so much about this one! So [...]

    5. Cohen's review: I liked how Dorrie traveled through to the dreamyard and her adventure. I would rather Dorrie be a human than a witch because I would like to see a humans perspective.

    6. Love this series for young readers. The illustrations are beautiful and the characters are adorable.

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