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Miro the Dragon Paperback – Oct 23 2011
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About the Author
Theresa Berg is a bilingual writer, born in Germany but home only in her heart and her fantasy. From the moment she was able to string words together, she was lost to the written words. At the tender age of five, she started her journey to become an avid reader and writer, ignoring all boundaries of age and language. Miro is her first children’s book character. His adventures started in a quiet hotel room in an even quieter town in the midst of Germany back in 2009. Since then, Theresa has seen him grow into more than just a mere fable for children; he became a living being with heart and soul who chose to stay at her side. ‘Whenever I write a new story about Miro, it is as if he sits on my shoulder and tells me what happened; I only need to write it down,’ she says about her unusual relationship with the little red dragon. If you want to find out more about Miro and his friends, you can visit him online at http://mirodrakonia.wordpress.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
One thing I found really cool was the drawings throughout the book. They are sort of like pencil/pen drawings, but the way they were produced makes them easy to see all the details on multiple kindle devices, as well as on a computer.
I can't ask for much more from a children's book. And for one other that said the text/story goes too long at some parts, I would agree for very young children it might be too long, but I think the story and pictures are spaced out nicely.