Every kid dreams of being a superhero, but according to the "Supreme Master of Awesomeness", it's the super villain that rocks.
This fun, witty, humorous story will point you in the right, or you can say, BAD, direction. For all you hopeful apprentices, this entertaining guide will guarantee loads of fun and laughter.REVIEWS...
"I'll admit, I'm a little biased on this one. I also write children's books, and was curious how Rachel would pull off a children's book that dealt with super villains. I was pleasantly surprised by the light-hearted tale, full of vibrant imagery and comic humor. The style works, the story is funny, and she really pulls it off." --S.E. Gordon
"The story is cute and humorous. As an adult, I love it, and my godson and neice love it too." --Crystal Sheldon
"Brilliant bedtime for the budding super villain" --Robert Simon
"I loved this picture book! The illustrations were great and the humorous storyline of the "megamind"-like super villain was (shall I say it??) AWESOME! My little girl laughed out loud as we read it together." --Tux (Australia)
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The Magical Dragon's Three Gifts
Add one kind deed, a sprinkle of magical dragon, three dashes of surprising gifts, a smidgen of wicked innkeeper; mix well and you'll get a mouthwatering, adventurous bowl of Bear Cub's story time recipe. Scoop up a spoonful of this delicious book and enjoy. Follow Bear Cub's tale as he shows just how far a good heart goes.
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Author Rachel, 16 years old, is a young high school student who spends her free time using her vivid imagination to write stories. She has an unquenchable passion for science fiction and fantasy. In fact, A Dragon Named Dragon, is inspired by one of her favorite books, Dark Lord of Derkhom, by Diana Wynne Jones. A Dragon Named Dragon children's picture book is Rachel's first endeavor to the literary world.
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All proceeds will go to Rachel's college education fund. Thank you.