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Three Books to Read Before Seeing Pete’s Dragon

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Pete's Dragon Books

The story of Pete’s Dragon will come to life for children and adults everywhere in theaters on August 12th. Before taking your kids to see the movie, spend time reading the story together with them at home. While reading the story, your children will gain excitement about the upcoming movie.

These are three books inspired by the upcoming Disney movie Pete’s Dragon:

Pete's Dragon Elliott Gets Lost

Pete’s Dragon: Elliot Gets Lost
Age Range: 4 – 8 years
Grade Level: Preschool – Kindergarten
Hardcover: 48 pages

Elliot the puppy is lost in the forest, and needs to find a new home. Will it be with a family of sheep, or a questioning owl, or maybe some playful fox cubs? Or will his search lead him somewhere else? From the screen to the page, Elliot Gets Lost will bring the fun and heartwarming story of a lost puppy to readers of all ages. Seen in the 2016 movie Pete’s Dragon as one of Pete’s prized possessions, the picture book was brought to the page by the film’s creative team, and features never-before-seen illustrations. Fans of the movie and picture books alike will love this story of a young puppy’s journey.

Pete's Dragon Junior Novel

Pete’s Dragon Junior Novel
Age Range: 8 – 12 years
Grade Level: 3 – 7
Paperback: 144 pages

Pete has a friend and protector in the huge green dragon Elliot. But when they are discovered in the forest, Pete must find a way to protect Elliot in return. A boy and his dragon find friendship, adventure, and a place to belong in this junior novel based on the upcoming Walt Disney Studios film, Pete’s Dragon. Includes an 8-page photo insert.

Pete's Dragon The Lost Years

Pete’s Dragon: The Lost Years
Age Range: 8 – 12 years
Grade Level: 3 – 7
Hardcover: 208 pages

When a young boy named Pete gets lost in a gigantic forest, he forms an unforgettable friendship with a giant flying dragon named Elliot. Based in the world of the film Pete’s Dragon, this original story features original illustrations, explores Pete and Elliot’s adventures and struggles in the forest and tells the tale of the lost years not shown in the film.

PETE'S DRAGON

Learn more about Pete’s Dragon on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Don’t miss seeing the movie in theaters on August 12th.

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