Fern’s Dragon: Book Review
Fern’s Dragon is an incredibly fun checked out that promotes the imagination of both young people and the young-at-heart alike. It is a good mystery-fantasy story that is artfully composed.
Fern is an intense, artistic young girl who is absolutely interested with dragons. One day she developed a work of art with beach sand and loved it a lot that she was reluctant to leave her dragon, Nogard. When her mother brought Fern to visit Norgard, they were stunned to find he was missing. Later on that night, Fern is checked out by Norgard, who pleads for her aid in saving dragon-kind.
Little Fern discovers herself leading the last of the race of dragons, following clues and attempting to piece together a way to save the dragon king– the only dragon with the power to stop the catastrophe ready to fall.
David Wills has done an excellent job on this youngsters’s book. His use of colors and visually stimulating words makes certain to stimulate the creativity. The light ending will leave a smile on the readers’ face.
I extremely suggest this book to moms and dads, as they are unlikely to end up being tired with their kids pleading to have the story repeatedly read to them. I know I definitely enjoyed it.”.
ISBN # 1413770177.
Publisher: Release America, Inc
. Author: David Wills.