|There's a dragon in your book|
Author: Fletcher, Tom
Encourages the reader to manipulate the book to take care of a little dragon that has hatched inside--and to try to put out a fire after the dragon sneezes.
|Accelerated Reader Information:|
Interest Level: LG
Reading Level: 1.90
Points: .5 Quiz: 501299
Kirkus Reviews (07/01/18)
Full Text Reviews:
Booklist - 08/01/2018 When a baby dragon hatches inside your book, there’s no cause for alarm . . . at first. But when you tickle its nose and the baby dragon sneezes, watch out! The book just caught on fire! And the more you blow on it or pat the page to put it out, the bigger and more out of control the flames spread, until, eventually, the only way to put out the barely contained blaze is through your—the reader’s—imagination. The author/illustrator team behind There’s a Monster in Your Book (2017) has joined up again for another successful, interactive, between-the-pages romp, begging to be read aloud. Abbott’s dragon is adorable, and the clever sparkles on the flames keep the concept from venturing into scary or dangerous. The text encourages a wide variety of familiar and new physical interactions with the page—including, most innovatively, flapping the book like dragon wings to help the baby fly home—and is sure to please kiddos clamoring for the next interactive picture book. - Copyright 2018 Booklist.