Wednesday, November 9, 2016

THE DRAGONS ON DAZZLE ISLAND by Mary Jane Begin / Book Review #picturebookmonth

Written and Illustrated by: Mary Jane Begin
Published by: Little Brown
Released on: September 6, 2016
Ages: 4 & up
Rating: 4 Owlets - We Enjoyed It
Purchase from: Little BrownAmazon | B&N
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A copy of the book was provided by the publisher in exchange for my honest review

Rarity's entire order of rare island gemstones has been canceled because the Great Dragon Migration has brought dragons to Dazzle Island! But all hope is not lost as Fluttershy and Spike travel to the island and explain to the dragons why they need to move. When our heroes reach Dazzle Island, they discover that it'll take more than a few words to resolve Rarity's problem!  

Ready your hooves as you travel with Fluttershy and Spike to confront new dangers, help a fellow pony gain her cutie mark, and learn the true power in hugs! 

Perfect for My Little Pony fans! 
If you love Dragons and My Little Pony, then you'll enjoy this brand new adventure. 

When a group of migrating dragons gets stuck on Dazzle Island, it threatens to cancel Rarity's party. No one can get to the island gemstones she needs. Thankfully Rarity has some good friends. One thing the Pony friends have always been good at is helping each other. With a little bit of team work, the Pony friends, along with some new friends, work together to help the stuck dragons. Thanks to Spike, they're reminded the power in a hug, which helps with something very important the dragons are protecting on the island. 

With stunning artwork, and a whole new, exciting adventure, this new My Little Pony book is worth picking up. 

1 comment:

  1. That cover is so cute :D Lovely review sweetie. <3 Glad you guys enjoyed it :) I have never seen My Little Pony before.. ack! But I did have a few toys, years ago :)


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