Who doesn’t like dragons? Especially if they’re cute baby ones. But they do sneeze fire so watch out.
It’s interactive – not in the sense of lift-the-flap or touchy-feely patches but through words. I can imagine it becoming a favourite repeat read for children who will look forward to blowing out the fire, or high-fiving the dragon or flapping the book to help the dragon fly.
I’m using it in a blog on writing YA fiction as a great example of page-turning and how to build suspense. Strange but true. But don’t worry about all that excitement at bedtime because it gently winds down towards closing the book.