Praise for The Star Dragon
Here are some sample reviews from The Star Dragon:
"The Star Dragon" is an interesting adventure book about you! It is written in a way that makes the reader (or the child being read to) the hero of the story. The hero of the story is taken on a mystical quest to save the world after all color has been removed from it. There are also underlying life-lessons to be learned by reading this book. Lastly, the artwork was absolutely stunning and very engaging."
eagerly shared this book with my children, and look forward to the rest of the series. This is a great book that a parent will enjoy reading as much as a child, and that I am certain independent readers will enjoy as well.
Just finished reading The Star Dragon to my 4 and 6 year old boys. We read it over the course of three evenings and they loved it. I let them choose which book to read before bed every night, and often they won't go back to a book we didn't finish in one night, but they were excited about this one and kept asking for it until it was done. I often find myself a little bored when reading to the kids, but this book kept my attention too.
We are looking forward to Book 2!
My niece really loved the book. She made me read it to her three times in a row. And she’s so excited for the next one. So I’ll keep looking out for it.
I read this book to my daughter, who is seven, and she absolutely loved it. She loved that it was in second-person, like “you, yours.” So she felt like she was actually in the book, and like the book was about her, and her experiences. She loved the fantasy angle also.
She really enjoyed the illustrations too. She kept pointing at the pictures, and say, “ooh, ahhh.” It was really entertaining for her, especially as I was reading aloud to her. I think she really enjoyed the jewel pictures the most. She’s literally obsessed with jewels now!
This book was really good, actually! I really liked how you incorporated all the lessons, teamwork….etc. I feel like children’s books nowadays don’t put these things in there. So children don’t learn them as fast as they should or at all. My son now doesn’t do teamwork, he’s still in that “non-sharing” phase, and he’s seven.
When children learn these things now when their younger, they’ll achieve them faster in life, especially if it’s in the form of a story instead of an adult just telling them. I also really liked the quiz at the end of it. It’s teaching children to remember what they read, which will help them later.
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Thank you, David Machin
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