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Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite
Elvis, Escape From Dragon Dungeon by Allison Hammes is the tale of Elvis, Rapunzel's brother, who was thrown into a dungeon. Spending his life in solitary confinement gave Elvis plenty of time to practice using his sword every single day. Dreaming of freedom kept him going even during the long nights when the dragon roared deep inside the dungeon. As time went on, Elvis grew into a strong young man even though he only ate an apple a day. He decided to come up with a plan to escape. How would Elvis get out of his cage? How will he get past the dragon first? Will he ever find the freedom he so desperately longs for?
Elvis, Escape From Dragon Dungeon is a short children’s story of a young boy named Elvis. The well-designed plot is a wonderful portrayal of personal growth even in the face of fear and obstacles. I love the unique characters, especially Elvis, who seems to find a way to comfort and train himself even when he’s frightened. The illustrations are bright, colorful and a beautiful complement to the words of the story. I love how Hammes used words that make the story easy for even young children to follow and comprehend. I recommend Elvis, Escape From Dragon Dungeon to anyone who has children that love an adventurous tale. This book is perfect for anyone who wants to reinforce the concept of strength in the face of fear to their children and I hope to see more books by Hammes in the future.