By Ursula Vernon

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Dragonbreath is a fantasy about a dragon named Danny. He cannot breathe fire, even though he is a dragon. It is also about his best friend, an iguana named Wendell. Wendell is like the smarty in this book. It all begins when Danny forgets to do his ocean homework and relies on Wendell to tell him all the answers. Wendell couldn’t tell him about anything because he didn’t like to cheat. And that was one of the only things he didn’t know about. So, Danny goes home to his mother for advice. She tells him to visit his cousin, Edward. Edward is a sea serpent. Danny and Wendell visit him and he gives them mints that help them breathe underwater. They go on an adventure.

Will Danny make an “A” on his project? Will they get killed or will they survive? As I always say, read the book to find out!

I recommend this book because the adventure is scary and cool. The boring part is the page about the ocean, but the adventure is awesome!

A few helpful things I like to say about the books I read:

“Run and Get Mom” (how I describe the scariness factor):
There were only 2 scary parts in this book. They were very scary in my opinion, but your opinion might be different.

“Yucky-Lovey Stuff” (how I describe the romance factor):
There was no yucky-lovey stuff in this book. I’m glad, you’re glad, we’re all glad!


I give this books 4 ½ wands.
It was boring in the beginning, but I would still read the book to get through the boring part because once you get to the adventure, you get scared and happy and, just like when you read Ella Enchanted, you change emotions a lot throughout the book.