Dragons and Mythical Creatures

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I think that Dragons and Mythical Creatures is a good book. It is about different mythical creatures like dragons and griffins. It talks about their origin and how different people thought of them. It also talks about their appearance and their personalities that the different countries thought that they had. Dragons were thought to be fierce and mean in some countries, but in China, they were symbols of good luck. Today, you would probably imagine unicorns as beautiful, majestic creatures with soft, beautiful fur, and a magical horn on their heads, but way back when someone first dreamed them up, they weren’t so pretty. Dragons and Mythical Creatures gives you a lot of information about some of the most popular mythical creatures. My personal favorites were unicorns and mermaids. Everything about these creatures is true information, even though they are not real. I personally think that Dragons and Mythical Creatures is a very interesting book. It’s not a giant, massive book, and it is easy to read. I like how it is informational without being boring. I also like how there are pictures to help explain what they are talking about. Overall, I think that Dragons and Mythical Creatures is a good book for ages seven to ten.

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Author Natalie Pope Boyce • Mary Pope Osborne • Carlo Molinari, Illustrator
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 128 pages
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 2016-07-26
ISBN 9781101936368
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Issue September 2016
Category Tweens


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