Thursday, January 21, 2021

Once Upon a Dragon's Fire by Beatrice Blue

Two girls read all the stories about dragons and it portrayed them as mean and evil.  They both said they were not afraid of a dragon.

Clarion Books and Edelweiss allowed me to read the book for review (thank you).  It will be published on March 2nd.

One day a deep coldness came to their village.  The people living there thought the dragon did it.  The two girls decide to go up to the mountain cave and find the dragon.  They found him and he was cold and lonely.  They sat down next to him and began reading him a story.  Soon they realized all the dragon books had evil dragons in them.  So they made up their own stories.

He was so pleased to have friends and nice stories, he warmed up and then breathed out the first flame of fire.  They climbed on and he flew them down the mountain and warmed up their village.

That's how dragons learned to breath fire...

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