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What do you do when your dragon becomes a 'tween? Worry! And that's exactly what Dragon Keepers Jesse and Daisy do when their dragon, Emmy, outgrows their garage and starts disappearing. Luckily, when she really disappears, she also leaves them a trail of socks, which leads them headlong into a . . . volcano? Yep! And it only gets crazier from there! In this fourth title,What do you do when your dragon becomes a 'tween? Worry! And that's exactly what Dragon Keepers Jesse and Daisy do when their dragon, Emmy, outgrows their garage and starts disappearing. Luckily, when she really disappears, she also leaves them a trail of socks, which leads them headlong into a . . . volcano? Yep! And it only gets crazier from there! In this fourth title, author Kate Klimo introduces readers to a whole new world—the Fiery Realm, where dragons can be felled by a squirt of water and fire fairies have started mysteriously disappearing. As always, readers get a full dose of action and imagination in this expanding tale of two kids and a dragon, growing up together. A great boy-girl adventure for readers of How to Train Your Dragon!From the Hardcover edition....

Title : The Dragon in the Volcano
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ISBN : 9780375866920
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 240 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Dragon in the Volcano Reviews

  • Little Miss and the Legomeister
    2019-03-17 09:14

    This one was fun, they entered the "Fire Realm;" Emma became more independent and Jesse and Daisy were afraid of losing her; and their two old nemeses unite against them. Plus the new realm allowed for new concepts and creatures.These books are perfect for Little Miss. We read them out loud to her. The characters are pretty simple, yet loveable, and the plot easy to follow. Danger never feels too real and everything is wrapped up promptly.I would recommend this one for read aloud to younger kids, or as an early chapter book, especially for readers who are reaching that reading level pretty early.

  • Beth A.
    2019-03-18 04:03

    This one was fun, they entered the "Fire Realm;" Emma became more independent and Jesse and Daisy were afraid of losing her; and their two old nemeses unite against them. Plus the new realm allowed for new concepts and creatures. These books are perfect for Little Miss. We read them out loud to her. The characters are pretty simple, yet loveable, and the plot easy to follow. Danger never feels too real and everything is wrapped up promptly. I would recommend this one for read aloud to younger kids, or as an early chapter book, especially for readers who are reaching that reading level pretty early.

  • Dolly
    2019-03-24 11:21

    This is the fourth book in the Dragon Keepers series by Kate Klimo and John Shroades. We discovered this series by chance during a library visit and my oldest is enthralled. She read the first two book almost nonstop until she finished them. Now that we're almost done with the fourth book in the series, we are thrilled to see that there's a fifth book that has just been published. I found the book to be a quick, entertaining read. It's a great series to introduce children into the sci-fi/fantasy genre and has some suspense and adventure without being too scary or weird. Jesse and Daisy, the main characters, are ten-year-old cousins. This preteen, sibling-like pair are brave and love to explore and they remind me of Jack and Annie from The Magic Tree House series by Mary Pope Osborne. This story takes Emmy and her keepers into the Fiery Realm. This story was even more fantastic than the others, with the majority of the tale occurring in a magical world filled with gemstones and fire. The story is exciting and dramatic. I thought the idioms and word play were fun, but the celebrity fixation was a bit tiresome. Some of the dialogue was decidedly tweenish, but it helps show that Emmy is maturing very rapidly.Overall, we really enjoyed these books and I can certainly see this series continuing past the first five books that have been published so far. Our oldest has raved so much about the series that our youngest is now wanting to read The Dragon in the Sock Drawer.interesting quote:"The more love you give to me, and the more love I give to you, the more love I have inside me to give." (p. 171)new words: carbuncle, cordierite

  • Doris
    2019-02-25 09:09

    Much better than the library story. I liked that Emmy has hit the teens - at least as dragons count it. Very well done and the reason she was crushing on another dragon was exceptionally well put together.This book deals with the maturing of the young dragon, who, in true childish form, is growing physically faster than she is growing mentally. I really like that, in the footsteps of “The Book Dragon” Emmy is a voracious reader. Keep the books coming – they encourage young readers and I applaud that immensely!

  • Liana
    2019-03-21 06:08

    5 stars as always for this beautifully written series!I like the setting the adventure takes place in, the volcano! It's dangerous but pretty, and I never thought that water within the place could be more scary and tragic than actual fire.Emmy has also gotten really big, and two of my favorite characters are back and ready to cause some trouble. ;) There's also a ton of new characters too, which I've really come to adore and I hope they will be shown in the upcoming series as well! (Especially Jasper.~)

  • Gryphon
    2019-03-20 09:59

    Man! Kate Klimo is upping the anti! It is now beginning to cost the cousins to be good keepers! Wow! It is no longer just fun and games!This whole adventure started with a bored dragon! The poor dragon was left home alone with no true (healthy) entertainment, of course she is going to run off. One must always attempt to keep their "pets" mentally stimulated.

  • Angela
    2019-03-11 07:12

    Didn't realize that "The Dragon in the Sock Drawer" has become a series. I picked this up and enjoyed it in an evening; I'll go back for #2 and #3 in the series. Some very inventive elements but very readable and not too sophisticated.

  • Roderick
    2019-03-03 09:04

    What a cute dragon book about adventure, excitement and two cousins who work together to find their dragon.I really r joyed this book and as I continue to explore the minds of children's authors and their creative flow I hope to get my story put there and share it with everyone!

  • Brittany Perry
    2019-03-05 11:00

    so much fun. perfect bedtime story book that will capture the interest of every member in the household. in this one Emmy is growing quite a bit as a person or well a dragon and is experiencing the first twinges of her heart.

  • Ryden
    2019-03-06 04:01

    IT WAS REALLY GOOD! My favorite part was when Jesse dropped the water balloon on Malachite's head and extinguished her.I'm about to read The Dragon in the Sea. I hope it's going to be great!

  • PWRL
    2019-03-25 07:55

    SM

  • Heather
    2019-02-24 08:06

    A good entry for the series. This book is highly readable, and will appeal to lovers of dragons and adventure and humor. Clever, but not too difficult.

  • Gramy
    2019-03-16 09:23

    The characters are captivating and they lead you an awesome adventure in fantasy.I would recomme3nd it for the young reader or an adult that enjoys this genre.

  • Tisha
    2019-03-25 10:02

    My boys love to read dragon books. This series isn't too bad.

  • Hillvan
    2019-03-18 06:16

    810L

  • Eliana
    2019-03-26 10:21

    What can I say? I love dragons and I love books, therefore I LOVE these books!

  • Samantha Hastings
    2019-03-23 11:23

    Got tired of the "tripe." Okay adventure.