By Kate Klimo
What do you do whilst your dragon turns into a 'tween? fear! And that's precisely what Dragon Keepers Jesse and Daisy do while their dragon, Emmy, outgrows their storage and starts off disappearing. fortunately, while she quite disappears, she additionally leaves them a path of socks, which leads them headlong right into a . . . volcano? Yep! And it basically will get crazier from there! during this fourth name, writer Kate Klimo introduces readers to an entire new world—the Fiery Realm, the place dragons should be felled through a squirt of water and fireplace fairies have began mysteriously disappearing. As continually, readers get an entire dose of motion and mind's eye during this increasing story of 2 children and a dragon, transforming into up jointly. a very good boy-girl event for readers of ways to coach Your Dragon!
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