35 Results
35 Results
How to catch a Leprechaun —Wallace, Adam, author.
Book
2016
20 available of 33 items

A rhyming tale of St. Patrick's Day approaching and a leprechaun causing mischief while avoiding being caught in a trap.

How to catch the Easter Bunny —Wallace, Adam, author.
Book
2017
7 available of 24 items

The Easter Bunny describes the many traps he expertly avoids as he delivers Easter treats to children.

How to catch a unicorn —Wallace, Adam, author.
Book
2019
8 available of 20 items

Filled with zany traps and lots of rainbow unicorn fun, this chaotic chase centers around one of the most elusive mythical creatures ever.

How to catch a dinosaur —Wallace, Adam, author.
Book
2019
12 available of 20 items

Determined to win a new bicycle at the upcoming Science Fair, a boy enlists his friends to help capture a living dinosaur in their own neighborhood.

How to catch a dragon —Wallace, Adam, author.
Book
2019
15 available of 19 items

The How to Catch kids are off again, this time trying to catch a dragon as they chase him through Chinese New Year celebrations! Set in China during the Spring Festival, otherwise known as Chinese New Year, the wily drag...

How to catch a yeti —Wallace, Adam, author.
Book
2020
11 available of 16 items

A very clever yeti eludes the traps of children as he hides in the snow-covered mountains he calls home.

How to catch a mermaid —Wallace, Adam, author.
Book
2018
11 available of 20 items

Two children set out to capture a mermaid, but she manages to escape all of their traps.

Do not bring your dragon to recess —Gassman, Julie, author.
Book
2018
5 available of 9 items

Told in rhyme, a child is cautioned about the problems his dragon is likely to cause at school recess, even if it does not mean to.

How to catch an elf —Wallace, Adam, author.
Book
2016
25 available of 25 items

A crafty elf shares all the ways children have tried and failed to catch him.

Do not let your dragon spread germs —Gassman, Julie, author.
Book
2020
1 available of 11 items

"Another year of learning is in the books, and it's time to celebrate! Dragon loves parties and picnics and playgrounds and is ready to celebrate too. But is it smart to bring a dragon to the last day of school? Find out...

Do not take your dragon on a field trip —Gassman, Julie, author.
Book
2019
4 available of 10 items

When dragons are banned from accompanying students on a visit to the fire station, for such reasons as rudeness, farting, and a spikey tail, children find the perfect field trip for the scaly creatures.

Do not bring your dragon to the last day of school —Gassman, Julie, author.
Book
2020
6 available of 8 items

A teacher points out many things that could go wrong if she were to grant permission for a student to bring a dragon to school on the last day.

Do not take your dragon to dinner —Gassman, Julie, author.
Book
2017
2 available of 7 items

A child discovers that, when dining out, you really should not bring your fire-breathing dragon; you should instead work on its etiquette at home.

How to catch a leprechaun
DVD
2017
4 available of 5 items

Children build various traps, trying to catch the leprechaun as he brings mischief to each of their houses.

How to catch a monster —Wallace, Adam, author.
Book
2017
15 available of 18 items

Do not bring your dragon to the library —Gassman, Julie, author.
Book
2016
0 available of 4 items

A child brings a dragon to the library and learns a valuable lesson--libraries and dragons do not mix.

How to catch the Tooth Fairy —Wallace, Adam, author.
Book
2016
1 available of 4 items

The Tooth Fairy describes the many traps she must avoid as she collects children's teeth at night.

How to catch a turkey —Wallace, Adam, author.
Book
2018
19 available of 19 items

A turkey escapes before the big Thanksgiving Day play.

How to catch a snowman —Wallace, Adam, author.
Book
2018
3 available of 4 items

A very clever snowman eludes the traps of the group of children who built him as a contest entry, while gathering items for a surprise.

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