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Our favorite books (new and old), fun new products, upcoming store events, Waupaca activities, author visits, Waupaca school district events and more. Comments, share, and visit often!

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MOVING SALE!

Dragonwings is moving! On June 1, Dragonwings will move to the lower level of The Book Cellar, the used book and music store owned by John Ryan. Located at 110 S. Main St, The Book Cellar is only a block from our current location. Our workshops and events will be held there, including our annual [...]

Read More » | April 4, 2014 | Category: Blog, News, Uncategorized | Comments: 2

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American Girl Event Celebrating Kaya

On Saturday, March 29 from 3:00-4:00 pm, Dragonwings will host an American Girl Event celebrating Kaya, a nine-year-old Nez Perce girl growing up in 1764. Learn about her life and the culture of the Nez Perce through stories, puzzles, and a craft project. And we will be offering an American Girl book special: buy two, [...]

Read More » | March 14, 2014 | Category: Blog, News, Uncategorized | Comments: none

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Valentine’s Day Story Time

Dragonwings will hostĀ a Valentine’s Day Story Time on Friday, February 14 at 10:30 am. We will be reading Pete the Cat: Valentine’s Day is Cool and a selection of Valentine’s day poems, then we will make our own Valentines! Ages 3-5. No registration fee.

Read More » | February 1, 2014 | Category: Blog, News, Uncategorized | Comments: 1

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Fly Guy and the Frankenfly by Tedd Arnold

After a day of making crafts with his best friend Fly Guy, Buzz goes to sleep and dreams about Frankenfly created by Fly Guy in his dream. Fortunately Buzz wakes up to a much more pleasant surprise as he finds a sweet message of friendship from Fly Guy.

Read More » | November 2, 2013 | Category: Blog, book-reviews, News | Comments: 1

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Rainbow Magic Special Edition Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy by Daisy Meadows

Kirsty and Rachel are looking forward to fall. The apple picking, pumpkin carving, and hayrides are on their list of favorites. But this fall, everything is going all wrong — because Autumn the Falling Leaves Fairy’s magic is missing! Can the girls help her outsmart Jack Frost and his goblins, and make sure that fall [...]

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The Rescue Princesses series by Paula Harrison

Four 9 year old princesses decide they are tired of the typical princess life and join together as the Rescue Princesses, where saving animals is their priority. Great girl power series for 2-4th graders, with a total of 8 books in the series so far.

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Boris book series by Andrew Joyner

Aimed at newly independent readers ages 5-7, this book series is full of fun and adventure and will boost reader confidence and stamina with the past-paced plot and high-interest content. Boris is a warthog that lives with his parents and finds adventure in everyday life. With full-color illustrations and very likable characters this will surely [...]

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Lotus Lane book series by Kyla May

Part of Scholastic’s early chapter book line aimed at newly independent readers with easy-to-read text, illustrations on every page and fast-paced plots. Take a glimpse into the diary of the LotusĀ Lane Girls; Kiki, Coco, Lulu, and Mika. The girls formed this club to do crafts, bake, have sleep overs and so much more. Collect all [...]

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Looniverse series by David Lubar

An early chapter book line aimed at newly independent readers ages 6-8. This series combines fantasy and humor with it’s fast paced plots and interesting characters. Ed, a seemingly normal boy discovers a strange coin that seems to take his life from painfully boring to beyond wacky. From friends turning into pool floats, prehistoric animals [...]

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Her Magic 8 ball breaks, and the paper fortune telling just isn't very reliable these days, but all of a sudden Nancy Clancy starts predicting many things that are actually coming true. Nancy begins to spend her recesses fortune telling, but this has gotten her into a huge problem. Will Nancy see a way out of this one? You will have to read for yourself to find out!
Read More » | October 14, 2013 | Category: Blog, book-reviews, News | Comments: 1



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