Do Not Bring Your Dragon to the Library Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-03-05 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 6 user ratings

" Anything dragon related begs to be read! Beautiful, rich and glossy illustrations by Andy Elkerton. Fun book for the story hour crowd or to use during Library Card Sign-Up month. Loved the expressions on the dragon's faces after they get into trouble and the librarian tells their owners not to bring them to the library. " said.

" Adorable book for young readers that will capture their attention and imagination. There are so many reasons why dragons don't belong in libraries. The possibility of igniting seems obvious, but who knew a dragon might get too crazy and begin dancing? This one is sure to put a smile on the face of young and old alike.I received an ARC in exchange for my honest review. " said.

" This was a very adorable children’s book with really nice colorful illustrations. The story is funny, creatives, and also makes library out to be a really cool place (And they, in fact, are really cool places to visit!)The writing is simple, but very good. It’s fun! It makes you want to turn the page. " said.

" So many good points to this book...brilliant illustrations, diverse characters, popular dragons...but it just doesn't work for me. Awkward rhyme makes reading aloud hard, and kids just won't get some of the odd descriptions, such as "Her swaying hips will crowd your space / with a dragon jig that has no grace." " said.

" Thanks to Capstone Young Readers, NetGalley, and the author for the chance to read and review this book.I LOVE children's books that are set in libraries and this one is no exception. What could possibly go wrong when you bring a dragon to a library? My daughter and I loved this story as well as the illustrations. " said.

" I purchased this book to read to my elementary students for the first few days back to school. The book was a hit! The text is told in rhyme and the illustrations are fantastic! The children enjoyed chanting along the refrain "Do not bring your dragon to the library!" The book has gentle reminders about behavior and etiquette in a library and the book had a wonderfully diverse cast of character, dragons and children! A solid choice for back to school time. " said.

" Really hoped this would be great to read to kids in the library, but it doesn't really have a point. Of course no one will bring a dragon to the library since they don't really have one. But it didn't segue into anything real. It was a stretch to link it to what you really should do or not do in the library. It didn't go over well with Kinders, a little better with the 1st graders. Cute illustrations, and wonderful diversity presented. " said.

"When the neighborhood children want to bring their dragon friends into the library, the librarian has some (well founded) concerns. This is their dialogue on the problem, in rhyme.

So I loved the problem, (and the solution) but I wasn't super inspired by the drawing style, which is too bad because mash-up of dragons and books and libraries being your favorite place? Right up my alley! It just looks too much like an early in the day cartoon show meant for toddlers; not my style.

No content issues.

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