The text calls for dramatic reading and will surely appeal to storytime groups or lap readings. The pictures are very funny. This fits well into the pantheon of scary stories for younger children.” Kirkus Reviews
Big Brave Brian Present any child under the age of 9 a choice of new books to read, let them judge by the cover alone, and it is a sure bet that they would pick M. P. Robertson's Crocodile Hunter-esque hero standing smiling in the mouth of a bemused dragon. This first image, and the bouncy alliterative title suggests that the readers are in for an enjoyable quirky ride. And they are.
About the Author
M.P. Robertson studied Graphic Design at Kingston University. His books for Frances Lincoln include Seven Ways to Catch the Moon, The Egg, The Sandcastle, Big Foot, The Great Dragon Rescue, Hieronymus Betts and his Unusual Pets and The Dragon Snatcher.