The Dragon Grammar Book: Grammar for Kids, Dragons, and the Whole Kingdom
Writing and reading are huge loves in our house. With a mom who is always writing for work or even as a hobby, my kids have been bound to love the art of writing. My daughter, in particular, has been bitten by the writing bug. Constantly creating her own stories and asking questions about grammar in our reading. Actually, ever since we have started using the Brave Writer Arrow in our reading lessons, she has begun to ask more and more questions. Therefore, The Dragon Grammar Book: Grammar for Kids, Dragons, and the Whole Kingdom, has come into our lives at the perfect time.
About the Dragon Grammar Book
The Dragon Grammar Book is written by the fabulous multi-award winning author Diane Mae Robinson. We have previously reviewed her Sir Princess Petra’s Mission and what is great about The Dragon Grammar book is that the amazing and fun characters from her series are in this instructional book as well! This book is filled with Grammar instruction just like many of the books out on the market but what makes it different is that it is FUN to read and learn from. With fun and exciting examples from her stories and beautifully drawn illustrations this grammar book is like no other.
Review of the Dragon Grammar Book
If you can’t tell from my description of the book, we absolutely love it. This book is a fun way for kids to actually understand grammar! It doesn’t get better than that. The illustrations and fun examples using characters from her series are certain to delight your kids. They also include a skill test in the back so your little one can test their grammar skills. It really doesn’t get any better.
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