Dragon Pizzeria

Dragon Pizzeria

Mary Morgan / Jan 25, 2020

Dragon Pizzeria WELCOME TO DRAGON Pizzeria BeBop and Spike are two friendly dragons who not only make delicious pizzas but offer speedy dragon delivery anywhere in Fairy Tale Land One giant pizza to Beanstalk Castle

  • Title: Dragon Pizzeria
  • Author: Mary Morgan
  • ISBN: 9780375823091
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Hardcover
  • WELCOME TO DRAGON Pizzeria BeBop and Spike are two friendly dragons who not only make delicious pizzas, but offer speedy dragon delivery anywhere in Fairy Tale Land One giant pizza to Beanstalk Castle BeBop cooks it up, and Spike delivers it in his hot air balloon Five pizzas with gumdrops to the Witch s Gingerbread House Coming right up With bright and friendly art,WELCOME TO DRAGON Pizzeria BeBop and Spike are two friendly dragons who not only make delicious pizzas, but offer speedy dragon delivery anywhere in Fairy Tale Land One giant pizza to Beanstalk Castle BeBop cooks it up, and Spike delivers it in his hot air balloon Five pizzas with gumdrops to the Witch s Gingerbread House Coming right up With bright and friendly art, a sing song text filled with fairy tale clues, and speech balloons conducive to funny voiced read alouds, this is a perfect summer offering for the preschool crowd A map on the final spread provides a key to all the fairy tales mentioned in this inviting pizza picture book.

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        Mary Morgan is the author and illustrator of many popular picture books for children, including her very successful Rosie book series.


    204 Comments

    1. Meh. The premise was a fun idea. But the random rhymes or altered familiar rhymes just didn't go for me. The traveling among different fairy tales was a fun idea, but even that didn't quite sit with me. I think it's a book kids will really enjoy, but it just wasn't one I really liked. I'll keep it on display during my Dragons theme.


    2. Dragon Pizzeria did a great job of connecting this story to other stories. For example, within this story, characters like Hansel and Gretel, the giant and his beanstalk, and several others made an appearance. I did not hate this book, but it never really grabbed my attention.


    3. This book is about dragons who open a pizzeria and make pizzas for various fairy tales characters. I loved the illustrations and think they balanced out the text perfectly. I could do a read-aloud and the students could guess who the pizza is being made for just because of how descriptive the text is. I thoroughly enjoyed this book!


    4. This book is about two dragons named Spike and BeBop who make any time of pizza requested. From pourage pizza to pizza with candy on the top they will deliever anything. I choose this book because the pictures are the main focus of the book which I thought would be fun for children if I were to read it to a kindergarten or first grade class who would be the intended audience of the book. I liked the book because it's a fun read for children who are trying to get into books. There are several fun [...]


    5. Mary Morgan, Dragon Pizzeria (Knopf, 2008)Cute, but shallow, book about a couple of dragons who open a pizzeria in fairyland, delivering pizzas to all the usual suspects (the game of the book is for the kid you're reading it to to guess which particular fantasy character is getting the pizza). It's not a bad little conceit, and honestly I suspect I'd probably have been more impressed with it had I not read this directly after Jerry Pinkney's The Lion and the Mouse (probably the best kids' book t [...]


    6. This book is about two grains, BeBop and Spike who start a pizza delivery service. Spike makes the pizzas since he enjoys cooking, and BeBop delivers the pizzas because he likes to go fast. They take orders, make the pizzas, and delivery them to their customers; which are nursery rhyme characters! There are different topics that can be addressed with this book and many things that can be done with this book. The first being the way restaurants run and operate, the production of pizzas, the funct [...]


    7. This is a wonderfully creative book, which combines a number of children's favorite things: pizza, dragons and fairytales. When two dragon friends, Bebop (who likes to cook) and Spike (who likes to go fast) open a pizzeria in fairyland, they receive call in orders from such celebrities as the Giant from "Jack and the Beanstalk", the Three Bears, and Hansel and Gretel. The kids loved making the phone ring noise and guessing who was ordering the pizza - like when the order was "three porridge pizz [...]


    8. Dragon Pizzeria is a story about two dragons that decided to open up a pizza shop. One dragon decides that he loves to cook so he will be the chef and the other dragon decides that he loves to go fast, so he will be the deliveryman. In the story, various fairytale characters call and order pizzas and then the dragon delivers the pizzas to them. Each pizza order is unique to a certain fairytale and can provide opportunities for a guessing game about who ordered the pizza. This story would be a gr [...]


    9. My local schools do a restaurant theme at this time of year so they check out all my branch books and then ask me to come do a story time with a restaurant theme. They had already read Pizza at Sally's, and I had a pizza rhyme so we did this. It was a bit much for the PreK-3s, but I had them do the telephone sound and the rhymes throughout the book kept their attention. However, the references to all the fairy tales were above them. I might revisit this if I use it tomorrow with the PreK - 4s.


    10. In case you didn't know, October is National Pizza Month! Every year I read this book to my kindergarten students in the library. It is one of their favorites (and mine too). This is a great read-aloud because it allows for participation. I ask them to guess the recipient of each pizza and they love this. It's also fun for the reader because you get to do voices, sound effects (brrring! brring! for the phone) and there is a nice rhythm and repetition to the story. The artwork is well done: easy [...]


    11. In Dragon Pizzeria, BeBop Dragon cooks the pizzas, while Spike Dragon delivers them. They receive orders from witches, Jack in the beanstalk, Sleeping Beauty, and other fairy tale characters. It's fun to recognize the fairy tales and nursery rhymes in the orders. It can be great for a storytime, but it's mostly dialogue in speech bubbles, so that might make things a little difficult, but it can be fun to make all the different voices of the fairy tale characters, and I think that kids will get a [...]


    12. I thought this book was absolutely adorable. There was a lot of fairy tale characters throughout the story which I thought was very clever. The story is pretty ridiculous with silly pizza orders which I think kids would really enjoy. Just like with a lot of the books I've read, there was a lot of rhyming. There was similar writing on every page, "who would eat ____ pizza?" And other phrases the students could catch onto.


    13. A funny little book. Not great art, not great rhymes. . . but still catchy and clever in a cute way. I really enjoyed reading it to Danielle (5 mo), especially the part that repeated throughout, "Briiiing! Briiiing! Hello, Dragon Pizzeria. This is Spike. What would you like?" She seemed to think that was funny. I'll probably check this one out again when she gets a bit older (or even buy it for ourselves) because I imagine it will get funnier to her. :)


    14. Rhyme and repetition grace the pages of this story as two enterprising dragon friends decide to open a pizzeria in fairy tale land. Customers include the giant from Jack and the Beanstalk, the three bears, Hansel & Gretel, Thumbelina, Sleeping Beauty, and the witch from The Frog Prince. Each character orders a pizza topped with clues to their identity and you and your child get the opportunity to guess who they might be.Cool. Cute. Engaging.


    15. From Inara's Mom: The theme of the book is guessing who would place the order by what type of pizza they request and where they want it delivered. This only works if the child is familiar with classic fairy tales. Inara is not, so not as much fun for her, but she liked the dragons and the frog princes.


    16. In Dragon Pizzeria by Mary Morgan, two exhuberant dragons run a pizza shop. BeBop cooks. Spike delivers. To where else but Fairy Tale Land! Bright pictures bring the rhyming and guessing game text to life. Read this one at your next storytime, practice your Fairy Tale Land Voices! And don't forget to check out the end papers.


    17. Best for kids that are familiar with the standard fairy tales so they can take part in the "Guess who" game. The 2 year old was entertained (and said "ME!" to answer each question about who would eat each pizza) but the 5 year old was the true intended audience and he LOVED puzzling out the answer. The 9 and 11 year olds agreed that it was for younger kids.


    18. The illustrations look WAY too much like the characters in the kids show "Dragontales". The rhymes and rhythms are inconsistent and awkward--the re-dos of Mother Goose rhymes are like the weak "piggy-back" rhymes overused by teachers and librarians.In sum, a nice idea, but it just does work that well.


    19. This is a cute book combining modern theme (pizza) and the old fairy tales and Mother Goose Rhymes. Kids familiar with the fairy tales and rhymes would enjoy this book. Illustrations are clear and colorful.


    20. Both my boys (ages 4 and 8) loved this book and they don't even know the fairy tales that go along with it. They liked to say "brriing! brriing!" when the phone rang. They liked that it rhymed in some places.


    21. Cute picture book about two dragons who live in Fairy Land and they start their own pizza shop. One dragon makes the pizzas, and the other one delivers. Night after night they get calls, all from various nursery and fairy tale characters. The toppings go with each of the characters.


    22. This is a cute book. My kids at Storytime (ages 0-5), didn't quite understand the connection to traditional fairytales; however their parents did and made the connections for them. The kids did like joining in the yelling of 'Spike, delivery!'.


    23. This book is great! It lets students use their imagination, and remember other stories they may have been told. It incorporates animals doing all the things humans do, younger students would really enjoy that.


    24. "dragons, pizzas, business owners, fairy tales, transportation, great for storytime, guess which fairy tale character makes each pizza order"







    25. Very fun story - especially seeing what types of pizza toppings different fairy tale characters choose to order. This would be a great add to a storytime about pizza or favorite foods or something


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