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Two playful children and their pets star in this delightful mock science-fiction story. Seas of garden sprinklers and volcanic charcoal grills serve as a playground for fantastic adventures. 29 full-color illustrations.
Published (first published 1988)
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This story examines the world of children's play.

The words explain the fantasy world the children are inhabiting - subduing the Gremlin of the Groaning Grotto (her little brother) with her ultra-laser beam (a wrapping-paper covered paper-towel roll), before attempting a rescue of the White Wizard (a butterfly) from General Min and her Hissing Horde (the cat Minnie and her kittens) (I won't give away the ending...) The illustrations show what's physically occuring in the backyard.

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Mary
Gorgeous. A wonderful play of words and pictures.
Lynette Oxley
Drac and the Gremlin has been beautifully illustrated in pastels by Jane Tanner. Descriptive words paint a very imaginative picture, too.
Pam Carrie
I have always loved this book. It is beautifully illustrated! I wish that today's children had the opportunity for such great imaginative play. I think that technology robs them of that opportunity. For that reason, I especially appreciate Drac and the Gremlin!!!
Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance
A 1001 CBYMRBYGU. A girl and boy spend their day with the mildest of props and the wildest of imaginations in a fun world, fighting dragons, racing on jetbikes, flying on spacecraft. Wonderful!
Xin
A celebration of imaginative play.
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Allan Baillie was born in Scotland but has lived most of his life in Australia, where he attended several Victorian bush schools and eventually settled in Melbourne. He has worked as a journalist and published books in fourteen countries.
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