Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Children's book review: Felicity the Dragon

Felicity is a small dragon who is different from other dragons. She does not blow smoke, have spikes and she has very small wings. Because of her differences she is lonely until she saves a boy who fell into the moat. This allowed her to experience friendship and belonging.

Ruthie Briggs-Greenberg is a painter and illustrator. The artwork throughout this book shows how talented she is. The illustrations fit in with the story line so well that children are entranced as they are read the story. At least my two-year-old granddaughter was.

I am going to go out and purchase the hard copy of this book, as soon as possible, so my granddaughter can enjoy it whenever she wants and not just when I visit.

I was given this book by NetGalley and SmithyPublicity in exchange for my honest review.

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