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FALCON'S DRAGON by [Gray, Luli]
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Age Level: 8 - 14 Grade Level: 3 - 8

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  • File Size: 968 KB
  • Publisher: Stay Thirsty Press, An Imprint of Stay Thirsty Publishing, A Division of Stay Thirsty Media, Inc. (July 30, 2011)
  • Publication Date: July 30, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005FG2ANO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,340,039 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This was a pleasant read, both when I read it myself the first time through, and as a read-aloud book to be shared with my seven year old daughter. She enjoyed it as much as I did, and it prompted a number of important questions as to why you might make one choice over another.

I would have no trouble recommending this book to either adults of younger readers but found it to be especially suitable for a read together to be shared with a child.
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This book has no listed page numbers, nor does it tell you how many pages are in the book, just the size of the file. The first 2% of the book is a fairly detailed synopsis of books 1 and 2 in this series, as written by the author. It also explains how she came to write the books. While interesting in a way, I found myself wondering why she seemed to be giving away what sounded like important plot points before the reader had even seen chapter 1. This book contains both Book 1 and Book 2.

Falcon’s little brother goes from being called Toody to Toady and back again. Not sure which name was the proper one. There are also other misspelled words scattered throughout, at one point instead of using the letter “I” there is a “1”. But all of these would be mostly easily overlooked.

Except. In other books that I have read about people who have found or been given dragon eggs, the main character always wants to keep the dragon a secret to protect it. And Falcon does as well, until the egg is hatched. Once Egg has hatched, and starts growing, Falcon seems to totally forget about keeping her a secret! She’s mad because the adults move Egg out of the apartment and into a secluded aviary. Even though Egg had been getting so hot she was starting to burn things in the apartment.

She buys her a collar and leash to take Egg for walks. The adults try telling her it’s a bad idea, not safe for Egg because people might take her away and use her for scientific study. But all Falcon seems to do is get more and more stubborn and “I found her, she’s mine!” (not a direct quote.)

By the 34% mark in the book, I was starting to cringe and be afraid something bad was going to happen to Egg. Falcon kept telling the others that Egg was not a pet, and yet she kept treating Egg like a pet dog. She does eventually do right by Egg, but all in all, I just wasn’t interested in reading book 2.

(cross-posted to my blog)
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By Sum2000 on January 1, 2013
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These books are extraordinary they are pack full of wonder magic and possibilities. If your looking for a book with exciting twists then you should read this.
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By Lzmatt on August 29, 2014
This was a great book it tells about a dragon and a girl named falcon an goody I loved this book
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