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Ferno the Fire Dragon [Paperback]

Adam Blade
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4.0 out of 5 stars Beast Quest Jan. 31 2014
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My son who is 8yrs old loves the Beast Quest series. The book were reasonably priced and arrived within a week and a half.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun Stuff! Dec 4 2011
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I really enjoyed this series. I had as much fun reading this to the kids as they did listening to it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars 2nd grader loved it April 2 2007
By sushishrink - Published on
I bought this at the book fair, trying to find an exciting adventure series for my son. This is the first book he truly could not put down. I read the first chapter to him and then he continued to read, after dinner, in the tub, before bed, until he finally finished it that same evening. It was great to see him enjoy reading so much. We are buying the next one in the series now.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great "level 3" chapter book Feb. 16 2007
By Heidi Green - Published on
I have to admit I was very nervous when my son (2nd grade, RL 3) picked out this book. I wanted to read it with him to make sure it was appropriate. It is about a 12 year old boy who is saving the kingdom from beasts that are destroying the land. The beasts are usually the protectors of the ancient kingdom but a sorcerer has put enchanted collars around their necks so they have started to do his bidding. The thing I really appreciate about this series is that the hero never has to kill the beast - only unlock their collars and then the beasts become friendly again. A great read for any child who loves adventure.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hey, mature readers, don't look twice at this book, but 2nd and 3rd graders will love it! April 6 2007
By She who Reviews - Published on
Beast Quest: Ferno the Fire Dragon, is a story about a kingdom plauged by a mysterious power that is drying up rivers, destroying villages and crops, and causing mast turmoil. A young boy namd Tom vows several times to defeat this power, and travels to the king's place. What goes on from there is great adventure, quick-paced action, and cool magic.

For 2-3rd graders.

The print is very large, and the story is very simple. But if I was in the lower grades, I would have thought it the next big series. But Adam Blade does a very good job in writing this series.

Definently a series your elementary grade child has been looking for to make reading more fun.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Troubled June 27 2012
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After reading the 'Song of the Lioness' books by Tamora Piece, I picked up this book, and now I'm troubled by how much it resembles 'Song of the Lioness'.

1. Tom. Alanna's borther is also Thom. One letter different.

2. Elenna. Two letters different from Alanna.

3. Malven. In the Song of the Lioness, an evil charactar is named Malven, like in Song of the Lioness.

4. Silver. Faithful is Alanna's pet, and the girl in Beast Quest has the wolf Silver that is nearly the same, like Faithful protects Alanna, and Elenna has Silver to protect her.

I don't like reading books that resemble each other too much. But there are differences. I think Beast Quest is violent, while Song of the Lioness is full of love and adventure. Song of the Lioness is for teens.

Ruby (5th Grader)
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good for 1st and 2nd graders Aug. 24 2010
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I read the first four books and ended up not liking them because they were to easy. I'm going into fourth grade and I'm into things like Charlie Bone, Harry Potter etc. I do think this book is better for the younger audience, like 7 or 8 years old so me and my mom are going to donate our books of them to charity.
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