Gondra’s Treasure is about a little dragon. Her mother is from the west and her father is from the east. Her mother breaths fire and flies with her wings, and her father breaths mist and flies with magic. Gondra can breathe both mist and fire. She has wings that are too small to fly. Gondra learns about her ancestors, dragons from the East and the West who each had different treasures.
I really liked reading Gondra’s Treasure because it told me about Gondra’s parents and their differences. The illustrations are very bright and detailed. I loved seeing how the dragons were drawn and getting to see the differences between the dragons from the West and the East, and how Gondra is a bit like each of the two. I am nine years old and could easily read this book to myself. I would recommend Gondra’s Treasure to kids around five to seven years old for storytime. Gondra’s Treasure would also be good for families whose parents look different from each other, and whose kids look a bit like both parents.
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