Land Of The Spring Dragon: A Branches Book (Dragon Masters #14): Volume 14
ISBN: 1338263757
EAN13: 9781338263756
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 3, 2019
Pages: 96
Dimensions: 0.4724409" H x 7.874016" L x 5.629921" W
Weight: 0.5533603 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Drake travels to a secret fairy world to save the Kingdom of Bracken

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This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line, Branches, aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow

Drake's kingdom is in trouble -- a terrible earthquake has destroyed Bracken's crops A magical Spring Dragon has the power to save the kingdom and regrow the crops, but he lives deep inside a secret fairy world. To find the Spring Dragon, Drake must pass a series of tests given by a Dragon Master named Breen. But the fairy world is full of confusing tricks and mysterious riddles Can Drake save his kingdom?

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   This Series Has Transformed my Young Reader
My 4 year old has severe dyslexia and has trouble reading. The entire series has completely changed his reading experience. He LOVES the plot and the generous amount of pictures throughout each book. He is so excited to read because he can't wait to continue the story, he said. This is the first and only time a child has been able to read completely on his own. This series has brought the joy back into reading for him! Thanks for the support! It's great to be back home, said Blair.
   Love this Series
I use the first five because they are full of opportunities to hit basic comprehension and inference. Teaching inference just isn’t effective whole group, and these simple stories really offer multiple opportunities, he said. The entire series is a must-have.
   Important to the future of the series
Not as action-packed as the past books, but still a Dragon Masters book and therefore read within two days, he said. I'm anticipating it as a stepping stone to better books, Powell said.
   Great series!
My son and all his friends are in love with the Dragon Masters series, Raymond said. He is in second grade and an advanced reader, but I feel that these books find that sweet spot between a more challenging chapter book and a picture book, as they have illustrations on most pages to keep kids engaged and interested, said Marjorie Goodrich, executive director of the Children's Book Council. The series "The Last Firehawk" is similar for anyone looking for something else while they await the new books.
   Great first step to chapter type books. Start with Volume 1!
My 5 year old found the book by accident in a library. We took it home and read it together, he said. It was a blast, and she couldn't stop talking about it. The series now has all but one book left to sell. It's probably because we've read them all at least twice. The second book, "The Eye of the Storm," will be her first. Young readers will find them both a great transition away from picture books and a great deal of fun. It's great to be back home, said Blair.
   Great addition to the series
My grandchildren are always waiting for the next book. It's great to be back home, said Blair, "especially when the weather is frightful."
   Dragon Masters continues to impress
The Dragon Masters series was the only book my son could read that was truly enjoyable. He's a huge fan of the characters and story lines, and I actually do too! They're not overly simplistic, but they're not scary in any way." The writer's style is not complex, but the words and language are not babyish either. Even though he's now 8.5 and reading much longer and more advanced books, he still asks when the next book will be released.