Review for There’s a Dragon in Your Book

Review for There’s a Dragon in Your Book

There's a Dragon in Your Book, Dragon, Fire, Cute, Blue, Tom Fletcher, Picture Book, Children's Books, Fantasy, Imagination, InteractiveOh dear, there is an adorable little dragon in your book! A fun and cute book!

I am slowly getting through the Who’s In Your Book series. This one was next, my library didn’t have it in English so I read this one in Dutch.

In this one we find an egg in the book but quite soon the egg hatches in the most adorable little dragon ever! But one may guess that having dragons in books isn’t a good fit. Especially not when they breathe fire. Or when they sneeze that they blow out fireballs! I laughed, I giggled, I followed the instructions (which including imagining a huge waterballoon to keep the book from burning to a crisp), and I just had so so much fun.

I think this one is my favourite out of all the books I have read so far. It was way friendlier to the creature and also way more fun. The things the author asks you to do are kind and sweet. Not rude like in the alien in which we were asked to get rid of it. That was just too much for me. But in this one I just had warm fuzzy feelings as I flipped the pages.

The ending had me in stitches. OH DEAR. Yep, close the book. 😛 Though I would rather keep it open because of all that cuteness!

I would have liked to see, just like with the other books, that instead of seeing nothing behind the holes that they would be actual holes, or would show the next page instead of just white or another colour as background. I think that would have made it more authentic.

But all in all, this was a ton of fun. I definitely want to see if I can find the Elf book next, probably will have to buy it as I am sure my libraries don’t have it. I would recommend this dragon book to all. Fun and interactive and full of imagination!

Star rating, 5 stars

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