Born to be a Dragon

Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup This is what Lord Edric wants you to believe He will do anything in his power to see that humans never come in contact with dragons again However, he doesn t plan for Meia, the foster child who dreams of dragons, believing they are real Or Deglan, the ten year old dragon who bears tDo not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup This is what Lord Edric wants you to believe He will do anything in his power to see that humans never come in contact with dragons again However, he doesn t plan for Meia, the foster child who dreams of dragons, believing they are real Or Deglan, the ten year old dragon who bears the ancient mark that threatens everything Lord Edric has worked for.Join these two unlikely friends as they discover the truth behind a legend so extraordinary it will alter each of their lives forever.
Born to be a Dragon Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup This is what Lord Edric wants you to believe He will do anything in his power to see that humans never come in

  • Title: Born to be a Dragon
  • Author: Eisley Jacobs
  • ISBN: 9781456360962
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Born to be a Dragon”

    1. Born To Be A Dragon is a cute middle grade story about a dragon and a human. I think it's something middle grade readers will like, but I do wonder how they will be able to get their hands on a book that's self-published and not available everywhere.This book is told from Meia and Deglan, a human and a dragon. Meia daydreams about dragons, and Deglan (how do you pronounce that?) is a dragon. They meet one day on an island and their adventure kept me turning the pages to know what happens.However [...]

    2. For someone who loves the children’s through young adult market, books written for a middle grade audience are some of the most fun to read. The target audience is always ready to suspend disbelief and allow their imaginations full reign and yet are looking for some more complex issues to encounter between the pages. As a child, I loved to lose myself in a book. To enter the world the author devised and play the words on the page like a movie in my head… and, I’ll admit it, I still do. For [...]

    3. Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup This is what Lord Edric wants you to believe. He will do anything in his power to see that humans never come in contact with dragons again. However, he doesn't plan for Meia, the foster child who dreams of dragons, believing they are real. Or Deglan, the ten-year-old dragon who bears the ancient mark that threatens everything Lord Edric has worked for. Join these two unlikely friends as they discover the tru [...]

    4. 10 years ago few and far between were the fantasy novels for young kids. Luckily, things have changed quite a bit since then and now there are many series and stand-alone novels in the fantasy genre for pre-teens to choose from. Of course, this can make it easy to miss some real gems. Born to be a Dragon is one of those gems that I plan to share with my own kids. Set in a sort of "Alternate Reality" where dragons and magic are real, Eisley Jacobs has crafted a story that is on one hand pure fant [...]

    5. Deglan is a ten-year-old dragon who waits for his Rising Ceremony. The ceremony every ten-year-old dragon waits for with anticipation and excitement. Only Deglan isn't like the other dragons. He awaits his rising ceremony with fear. The mark on his arm, the mark that tells his society his place in their world, has begun to change. And the change can only bring danger. Ten-year-old Meia is a girl, human but not ordinary. She's been shuffled from foster home to foster home always hoping for a fami [...]

    6. Yes I am a 30 something year old mother that still reads Middle Grade books. And not just because I have middle grade kids. ;) This book had me from the captivating quote found on the very first page. Pick up the book or visit the author's website to find it. As soon as you read it you'll know which line hooked me. The depth of these characters and the plot were amazing.Eisley Jacobs kept me up late (seeing as I didn't begin reading it until my kids were in bed, the first time.) wanting to know [...]

    7. Meia bounces from foster home to foster home, plagued by nightmares, until she lives with the Bensons. A research paper at school sends her to a website about the Cook Islands and she reads about a man named, Atticus, who claims to have seen a dragon. And dragons are what plagues her dreams.Born to be a Dragon is a cute middle grade with lots of action and emotion. The view point switches back and forth between Meia and the Deglan, the dragon. Advanced first grade readers through fifth graders w [...]

    8. This was a sweet story about friendship, family, being true to your selfd dragons!The whole time I was reading it I kept thinking, "why am I not reading this to my sons right now?" But I wanted to keep reading, to find out what would happen next, and not wait for the right time to start the book over reading it to my boys.Now that I've finished it I will let my boys (ages 5 and 6) enjoy it as well!

    9. This book was surprising to me. I figured since it was written for a middle grade audience I wouldn't enjoy it but I guess good writing can be enjoyable for more than just their target audience.This is a very good book for a middle grade child that loves adventure and fantasy. Once my daughter has read it I'll add her review to this one.

    10. This was such a delightful, fun book to read! Meia's story was so touching that it brought tears to my eyes. And the dragon Deglan and his story was fantastic. This is a novel you're going to want to read aloud to your children and share with them, trust me! Run out and get it now!

    11. Born to be a Dragon is absolutely magical. Meia steals the show for me and is very easy to relate to. The book falls into an easy rhythm between the POVs of Meia and Deglan that continuously pulls you forward, which can make it hard to put down.

    12. I really enjoyed this story! Such a FUN book, quick read, great characters. Looking forward to the next one. Loved the ending too. Full review to follow.

    13. I absolutely loved reading this book. So much so that I finished it in one sitting and then ordered 4 copies: 3 were gifts and then one I have stashed away for when my four-year-old is old enough to read Born To Be A Dragon with me. Great job, Eisley!

    14. A very interesting and well thought out book. Sometimes it was a little slow, but mostly it was well paced. The characters were well rounded, and I have to say, quite cute in a sense. I especially loved the main characters. I truly hope this series lives up to expectations I've given it.

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