Dear Dragon

It’s Princess Florrie’s birthday. She is tired of all the usual entertainment – jugglers, jesters and acrobats and wants something a little unusual for her party. Something like a dreadful dragon. The rest of the palace is convinced he’s too dreadful, but Princess Florrie likes a challenge so she decides to write him a letter!

Vrombaut creates a vibrant fairytale setting for the feisty Florrie to spread her wings and crush a few stereotypes along the way.  Junior

Highly recommended for younger readers: A great story with bold illustrations. Red House Children’s Book Award pamphlet

Engaging, with a funky outlook, spunky heroine and quivering courtiers, this tale is sure to be popular and will also help children to recognise that reading is worthwhile and enjoyable. Carousel

A bright and humorous story by the creator of 64 Zoo Lane.  Family Interest Magazine

Bags of colour in the big splashy illustrations and a humorous touch with words make An Vrombaut’s Dear Dragon a winner for reading to the threes-plus. Newbury Weekly News

Publisher – Hodder Children’s Books

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