Waking the Rainbow Dragon

Waking the Rainbow Dragon

Book - 2018
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Drake has a dream about a new dragon that is somehow trapped in a cave, so Drake, Ana and their two dragons set off to find the Rainbow Dragon's dragon master, Obi, and together they must rescue Rainbow dragon, Dayo, from Kwaku, a giant spider, who spins a deadly web.
Publisher: New York, NY :, Branches/Scholastic Inc.,, 2018
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781338169898
Branch Call Number: FANTASY J WES
Characteristics: 89 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Jones, Damien - Illustrator


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Jun 24, 2019

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Jun 23, 2019

This book is about the adventure of Drake and Ana rescuing the Rainbow Dragon who created rain for the town. However, the Rainbow Dragon was trapped in Kwaku the spider's web so now the town is all dried up.

First, Drake and Ana need to get Obi to become the Rainbow Dragon's master.

Then, Obi gets a Dragon Stone to wear on his neck.The stone tells Obi where the Rainbow Dragon's cave is.

Next, Obi leads Drake and Ana to the cave that belongs to the Rainbow Dragon. Kwaku the spider trapped the Rainbow Dragon and the other dragons in its web. After hiding behind a rock for a while, Obi stood up. His Dragon Stone was glowing! Kwaku spotted Obi. Drake warned Obi because Kwaku was getting closer. Obi talked to the Rainbow Dragon with his Dragon Stone. The stone was glowing even brighter! Kwaku was scared, so it ran deep into the cave. The web got cleared.

At last, the Rainbow Dragon went to town and made it rain. Ana's Sun Dragon made a light beam and it created a double-rainbow! Drake's Earth Dragon, Worm, transported them back to the Castle. The End.

I would highly recommend this book to children from Gr.1- Gr.5 because the story is full of adventures with a surprising but also a bit confusing ending.

Reviewed by: Vincent Hu


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