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Ursula Vernon (www.ursulavernon.com) lives in Pittsboro, North Carolina.
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  • Age Range: 8 - 12 years
  • Grade Level: 3 - 7
  • Lexile Measure: 800L (What's this?)
  • Series: Dragonbreath (Book 6)
  • Hardcover: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Dial Books (January 10, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0803736770
  • ISBN-13: 978-0803736771
  • Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 0.8 x 7.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,630 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Ursula Vernon is the author and illustrator of "Nurk," "Digger," "Dragonbreath," "Castle Hangnail," and the forthcoming "Hamster Princess." Her Eisner-nominated comic "Digger" won the Hugo Award for Best Graphic Story and the Mythopoeic Award, and her children's book "Dragonbreath" won the Sequoyah Award in 2013.

Ursula grew up in Oregon and Arizona, went to college at Macalester College in Minnesota, and stayed there for ten years, until she finally learned to drive in deep snow and was obligated to leave the state.

Having moved across the country several times, she eventually settled in Pittsboro, North Carolina, where she works full-time as an artist, writer, and creator of oddities. She lives with her husband, a beagle, and a small collection of cats.

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Best series for kids ever.
zzil
The Dragonbreath books are mind candy for the young reader, and rather fun for the grown-up, as well.
Charlotte
I bought this for my son, 9 years old at the time, and he devoured the book!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jackie-the-Greyhound on March 4, 2012
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My youngest is a former reluctant reader--now there is nothing reluctant about him and this is one of the pivotal series that helped him decide reading is fun. Nowadays I can find him doing the old flashlight under the covers trick with his Kindle and otherwise trying to sneak the Kindle or a paper book when he's not supposed to be reading (dinner time, shower time, bedtime etc). He just informed me that this series remains on the must-buy list....

As the cover/blurb and other reviews show this book is about 'Danny Dragonbreath' and 'Wendell' who are featured in a series that involves an abundance of simple artwork, good narrative and, in this case, solving a crime to save the Jackalopes.

It's fun, engaging and interesting to the elementary crowd without being too basic, while the artwork and style can appeal to those less than enthusiastic.

The recommended age is for 8-11 year olds, and with a Lexile rating of 800 (the whole series ranges from 650-800, with the 650 being the first title) this has enough complexity to offer challenge to various levels of readers. Too often the books that are 'age appropriate' are not always 'content appropriate' so to speak, so this one is fun and good for the ones even younger who are reading well too.

Highly Recommended, and in this case I do prefer the paper book over the Kindle--the art is better that way!

JTG

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Charlotte on January 26, 2012
Format: Hardcover
The Dragonbreath books are mind candy for the young reader, and rather fun for the grown-up, as well. Mixing text dominated pages with graphic novel-esque spreads, they are easy, friendly, and fast books to read. The stories about Danny, a young dragon with fire issues, and his pals, are strange and suspenseful (and often very funny), the illustrations are utterly brilliant in their simple humor and charm. And as an added bonus, there is now a central girl character--a lizard named Christina, who is smart and skeptical as all get out.

But when the gang (Danny, Christina, and Wendell) head off to cowboy camp, along with Danny's annoying little cousin, Spenser, not even Christina's skeptical mind can deny that the creature Spenser secretly befriends is a jackalope!!!!! Yes, horned bunnies are real...but this one seems to be the last of its kind. All its friends and family have disappeared....

And it's up to Danny and co. to solve the mystery, and foil the nefarious plot that threatens the survival of the jackalopes!

This book has one of my favorite Dragonbreath pictures ever--Danny grooming his horse. And the jackalope is cute as all get out (even cuter than the picture on the cover). The story has swing, and made me chuckle (poor smart Christina, stuck with a camp counselor determined to apply nail polish!), and a message about protecting endangered species from mankind's greed that I liked lots.
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Format: Hardcover
Reason for Reading: Next in the series.

This is certainly the most well-written story in the Dragonbreath series to date. We have a complete developed plot, with adult antagonists, that progresses following conventional plotlines. The book actually involves a mystery that is solvable by the reader if they pay attention to the clues given out along the way. Danny and Wendell have become bonafide complete characters with their background stories built up over the last several volumes to create two very good, but opposite best friends. The reader can count on how each will act in certain situations and we know their strengths and weaknesses, but also knowing, more than they do, that their friendship is stronger than the sum of their parts, proving they can overcome obstacles for each other. This strong friendship, at this time in the series, welcomes the addition of Christiana as a third member of the team, having met her in the last book. Her character is given some good development to allow some interplay between both Danny and Wendell as well as a bit of a background story. We are also, once again, introduced to a new relative of Danny's only this time it is a younger cousin, but it does bring back the recurring theme of the previous books where Danny visits a relative, only this time the relative visits him.

A solid plot and a good story, though lacking a little in the humour department. I didn't find this one near as funny as the others, perhaps because it was more serious when the antagonists are adults (mind you, still animals) and the victims are cute animals, even if they are mythological jackalopes. There were funny scenes and lines but on the whole more of an adventurous frolic than the simple humorous story of the previous volumes. A solid entry in the series.
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Format: Hardcover
Review written by Hunter K., a 5th grade student in Mrs. Taylor's class

Danny, the protagonist, was getting ready for summer camp, the setting for this book. His mom told him that Spencer was coming. Danny got mad but his mom said, “He’s going. Get over it.” Danny, Wendell, Spencer, and Cristiana waited for the bus.
On the bus, Spencer could not shut up. When Danny got there, he fell asleep. When he got up it was 4:39 AM. Danny walked stealthily and saw the counselor. He showed him to the bathroom.
That morning, Danny woke up and went horseback riding. Spencer ran off but Danny tailed him. He found Spencer and a jackrabbit someone was keeping as a pet. Danny found out it was the counselor, his antagonist.
Danny and Wendell went to an abandoned house. They went inside, found rabbits, and let them go. The counselor came in and he got stampeded by the rabbits. Spencer called the park ranger and got the counselor arrested for 4 years because he was selling the horns off the horned rabbits.
This book is my favorite book. My favorite part is when Danny fell on the cactus. I would recommend this book. I would give it 100 out of 50. I think the author wrote this book to make you laugh and to show you to help people in need.
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