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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
"Dear Master Dragon, I know you are very busy with lots of problems to solve for other dragons. But,could you PLEASE answer my letter?" Poor Danny Dragon, he has many problems and he just doesn’t know what to do. The only choice he knew was to write this letter to the Master Dragon to see if he could get some much needed help. But were Danny’s problems enough to get Master Dragon to contact this young dragon? Would Danny find out what it is like to be a real dragon? That’s why you need to read this book, because all of the answers are here in Dear Master Dragon by Alva Sachs.
Dear Master Dragon is a really cute little book for children about dragons. The book is formatted like a comic book, with lovely black and white drawings of Danny Dragon and his family that can be colored by the young reader. I love the adorable dragon figures throughout the book. The baby dragon pictures are so very sweet and cuddly, and the pictures of the dragon kids playing are charming. I’m really not a dragon fan, but I found myself falling in love with Danny and his dragon family. And a unique thing about this book is that the author added a few pages that are left blank so children can draw their own dragon pictures to color. I love this idea because it makes the book come alive and more personal to children. I highly recommend this precious book of dragons. And remember, you will find out if the Master Dragon contacts Danny when you read Dear Master Dragon.