Review for Unicorns, Dragons & Trolls by Bethany Bull

Note: This is NOT a romance, it's a children's book.


Unicorns, Dragons & Trolls
Bethany Bull

My Review

Bethany Bull's "Unicorns, Dragons & Trolls" is a children's chapter book. The story lines are great! Good, old-fashioned morals are made enchanting through the use of fantasy creatures. I love the illustrations! The images are so cute! I think the choice of which stories to include is also excellent - there's a well-roundedness to the choice of fables.

5 out of 5 stars

http://www.amazon.com/Unicorns-Dragons-Trolls-Mystical-Magical/dp/1494327155

Children's Chapter Books by Bethany Bull 

- Interesting animal stories from one of the experienced writers, Bethany Bull. Unicorns, Dragons & Trolls is a collection of short stories for the young intermediate reader. Included are: The Phoenix and the Dragon, a story of friendship; Bliss and the Magic Unicorn, a story of believing in yourself; Oric, Linus, Pindar and Hera, a dragon story about listening; and The Lonely Troll, a beginner story about bullying.

A Fish, A Wolf, A Mouse and a Raindrop is a collection of short stories for the young intermediate reader. Included are: Max and Goldie, a story about the life of fish; The Wolf of Ghost Mountain, a story about animals being captured; Brown and His Wonderful Escape, about a mousely adventure; and Blue, The Story of a Raindrop, where the process of evaporation is told in a context young readers will find fun. 

Big T and His Herbivore Friends is a story about friendship and following rules. The group of dinosaur friends stray from the rules and find themselves searching for their friend who has been kidnapped.

Exquisitely color illustrated these books are a good transition from younger children's books to chapter books.

The Author

Bethany was born and raised in South Africa. Her family did not have television until 1976, so her imagination was her main source of entertainment. She had a love for animals and magical creatures and a vast country with big open spaces where she imagined they lived. She would make up stories for her siblings in the evenings. Sometimes she would scare the socks off them and at the same time herself! She writes for children because their imaginations are free to believe and she would love to share her stories with children around the world.

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