Discover the secrets of the Dragon domain through the Book of Dragons by Stella Caldwell! This richly illustrated book is a sumptuous treasury of a magical lost world and fulfils the desires of every young dragon enthusiast.
In this household, we are always fascinated by the world of dragons, especially with our Chinese background, and are keen to read more about them. In Chinese culture, dragons traditionally symbolize potent and auspicious powers, particularly controlling over water, rainfall, typhoons, and floods. The dragon is also a symbol of power, strength, and good luck for people, especially during the Chinese New Year period.
Mr K and Ms C love asking loads of questions and by reading about it, they learn the knowledge to answer those questions for themselves.
This paperback book contains 72 pages which are split into four chapters. It includes exciting tales of legendary dragons, pores over detailed maps of mythical lands, explores a dragon’s treasure hoard and marvels at lavish collections of dragon teeth, talons, scales and eggs. It is suitable for aged eight and above.
The book has a gallery-like approach, showcasing teeth, scales, talons and much more from these fascinating dragons as if behind glass and part of a major exhibition. Mr K enjoys reading this book and loves the fonts used in this book. It makes it look very mystical!
Overall it is a great book for young fans. They will love the illustrations and enjoy the contents of the book. It will be available to buy from 6th September 2018 onwards from Carlton Books, good book retailers and Amazon.
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