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Readers will enjoy the offbeat humor, clever vocabulary lessons, and education about outer space and the environment. Good choice for reluctant readers and middle grade students looking for an out of the box story line adventure.
This latest book is no exception, though I hope there will be another in the series, as I now want to know what happens to Emma next...(no spoilers, but WHY Emma, why?!)
In the last book, Fillmore sadly lost his arms, due to Emma's supreme guitar playing. (You'll have to read it to make sense of that!) As his wailing is disturbing everyone, including Emma, the plucky lass agrees to head off on a dangerous mission to a scary planet in order to purchase him 2 new dragon arms. (They handily fit themselves, if you can get them, so are actually pretty useful to an armless dragon.) She'd really rather someone else went, but is unable to find anyone willing to...
On finally arriving there (following some dangerous and exciting flying), this turns out to be a planet with serious pollution issues, and a strong desire for its evil overlord to sell everything, including clean air, to everyone in the whole universe. (An interesting way for kids to learn a bit about environmental issues, and how important it is that we try to stay in tune with nature.)
As in the other books, the conversations between Emma and the dragons are both educational and hilarious! Read on to find out what could possibly happen next...