Pegasus -- A Dragon's Tale review by moseso
Pegasus -- A Dragon's Tale
Age Range - 5 - 8
Genre - Juvenile Fiction

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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Spring Hill, Tennessee, United States
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Pegasus -- A Dragon’s Tale is a magical story concerning the hatching of a dragon. Young Prince Dayshawn and tiny Princess Kameela are brother and sister bear cubs, as well as the best of friends. While playing ball one day, the two uncover a mysterious egg. Wanting to discover what type of creature will emerge, they bring it back to the palace. Everyone is surprised when a baby dragon comes forth.

 

Years pass and Pegasus, the dragon, is set free, despite the sadness of the prince and princess. Eventually, Prince Dayshawn and Princess Kameela grow into wonderful leaders and help their father run the kingdom. But when a neighboring kingdom declares war, are the prince and princess safe? Will Pegasus ever return?

Opinion: 

A tale about a dragon will allure young readers, and this book does not disappoint! Along with magical hatching of a baby dragon named Pegasus, we are acquainted with Prince Dayshawn and Princess Kameela, who look after the young dragon until he must be set free.

 

Lovely illustrations are on every page of this captivating story, allowing the reader to visualize the story with ease. A running theme of friendship is woven into the book as Pegasus does not forget his caretakers, and Kameela and Dayshawn readily welcome him into their home.

 

As a wonderful read aloud or a first reader, Pegasus -- A Dragon’s Tale is a perfect addition to any story collection!   

Rating:
5
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