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Years pass and Pegasus, the dragon, is set free, despite the sadness of the prince and princess. Eventually, Prince Dayshawn and Princess Kameela grow into wonderful leaders and help their father run the kingdom. But when a neighboring kingdom declares war, are the prince and princess safe? Will Pegasus ever return?
A tale about a dragon will allure young readers, and this book does not disappoint! Along with magical hatching of a baby dragon named Pegasus, we are acquainted with Prince Dayshawn and Princess Kameela, who look after the young dragon until he must be set free.
Lovely illustrations are on every page of this captivating story, allowing the reader to visualize the story with ease. A running theme of friendship is woven into the book as Pegasus does not forget his caretakers, and Kameela and Dayshawn readily welcome him into their home.
As a wonderful read aloud or a first reader, Pegasus -- A Dragon’s Tale is a perfect addition to any story collection!
Reviewed by a LitPick student book reviewer Age: 13
A second LitPick student review
Looking for a traditional but modern fairy tale? Then this is the story for you.
The royal bear children find a mysterious egg one day. When the egg hatches, they discover the baby is a very rare dragon!
The children raise the baby dragon named Pegasus. He becomes particularly close to the princess, until one day, the King decides the dragon is becoming too large to stay in the castle. The family finds a safe place in the wild to set the dragon free.
Years pass, and the kingdom becomes involved in a terrible war. The royal siblings are captured and held hostage by the enemy. When all seems helpless, a fierce dragon appears in the sky threatening the enemy army and also endangering the Royals.
The princess recognizes the terrifying dragon as Pegasus and calls out to him. Does Pegasus remember the children he once loved? Read this sweet tale to find out!
I thought this was a very sweet tale. It read like every traditional fairy tale I have heard but was still unique in its plot.
Any child would enjoy hearing this story read aloud. When I was younger, I always enjoyed retelling stories that my parents read to me at bedtime. This tale is the perfect story for a child to retell over and over again.
Reviewed by a LitPick student book reviewer Age: 10
I tried reading this book to A who is three but she didn't seem to enjoy it. So I read it to K who is 9 and he seemed to enjoy the book more. Pegasus is a dragon that two bear cubs find and take care of until he is too big to live in the castle. When they need to be saved from an evil warlord who is there to save the day? Well Pegasus of course.
Now honestly the illustrations seemed to soft looking in color I think maybe they need to be brightened up a bit.
Second I am not sure about the whole scene where the bears are tied up for the younger kids. As far as my son who is 9 goes he knows that it is just a book and not real but my three year old is another story. She was sad to seem them tied up even though there is a happy ending.
Questions and Answers with K
1. Did you like the book?
"Yes because it was about a dragon and I love dragons."
2. Was there anything that you didn't like in the book?
"No it was good."
3. Do you think others would enjoy this book?
"Yeah I guess they would especially if they like dragons."
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