5/5 Princess Kayla and the Dragon Who Wouldn’t Clean Up
Most of the things I’ve been reviewing have been available through audible, but this one came through it’s own app.
It’s been a long time since I’ve read a choose-your-own adventure type book. This one’s pretty much summed up by the title. It’s about a 10-year-old princess who takes it upon herself to solve the kingdom’s dragon problem. Basically, Gorof and his hoard are taking over all the caves the villagers like to shelter their livestock in. Oh, and his hoard makes a lot of noise.
– I made it to the best ending first, but being me, I had to go back and see some of the other endings.
– The narration’s clear and the words highlight so you can read along with the narrator if you wish.
– I am totally not the right age bracket for this story, but it’s still a fun, cute read. This is definitely a kid-friendly book. I was sort of secretly rooting for some more realistic, adult or YA endings, but alas, tame, nice endings it is.
– The scrolling down part was harder than it needed to be, but it all worked out.
If you have a kid in the right age bracket, this is the perfect fantasy read along adventure.
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