There’s a Dragon in my Toilet

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There’s a Dragon in My Toilet is number four in the series about Eric and his mini-dragon Pan. After the first book that introduces all the characters, the order you read them in doesn’t matter. I like all of the books, but this one was not really as interesting as the earlier books. It has a good ending. The trouble is that mini-dragons are excellent party planners. Pan plans a surprise anniversary party for Eric’s parents. Afterward, Pan seems depressed, and Eric and his friends Min and Jayden try to cheer him up. It turns out that they can email Pan’s parents in China! Pan is excited to video-chat with his parents, but they send his aunt and uncle to pick him up. Pan doesn’t like his aunt and uncle. They are not very nice. They travel through toilets. Most of the story is about Pan trying to convince his mom and dad to let him stay with Eric. Eric’s cat almost eats Uncle Fernando, but Pan saves him! I’m looking forward to the next book about Pan and Eric without Pan’s aunt and uncle in the story.

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Author Tom Nicoll, with illustrations by Sarah Horne
Star Count 4/5
Format Trade
Page Count 160 pages
Publisher Tiger Tales
Publish Date 2020-02-18
ISBN 9781680104554
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Issue April 2020
Category Early Reader


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