Dragon's Song

Dragon's Song

by Emily Martha Sorensen

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Overview

Dragon's Song by Emily Martha Sorensen

Rose really wants her son to have more playmates, but the fourth egg hasn't hatched yet. Then she learns that the newest egg has parents . . . who haven't stepped forward to claim her yet. And she's refusing to hatch until they do.

What in the world is going on? And what will happen when the new dragon's parents do claim her?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162000761
Publisher: Emily Martha Sorensen
Publication date: 07/05/2018
Series: Dragon Eggs , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 352,862
File size: 346 KB

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Dragon's Song 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
UberLisa713 8 months ago
I enjoyed reading this book. This is the first edition in this series that I've read, but it is a cute story about a couple of humans that are chosen by a dragon's egg that contains Virgil. You get to experience life through Virgil's eyes, and it makes for a fun experience. I'd recommend this book for young readers that are interested in dragons.
SherryF 9 months ago
I have been loving the Dragon Egg series since I read Dragon’s Egg, Book I . I love watching Virgil grow up and Rose and Henry as they raise him, struggling to do all the things parents do, plus going to school and working. Sounds pretty real, doesn’t it, except for the dragon, of course?. Rose is definitely the strong one in their relationship. Sometimes I don’t like Henry very much. He’s a bit whiny and selfish, oh, I forgot, he’s a man. LOL They love each other and I have every confidence they will work it out. Three eggs have found parents, but only two have hatched. What about the fourth egg? Who are it’s parents? Why hasn’t it hatched yet? Why is she so quiet? I have laughed my way through this wonderfully cute series. The dragons talk to their human parents telepathically, but what skills do the parents have to help the baby dragons? There are no adult dragons left, so hopefully their inherent memories will suffice. Imagine a dragon’s play date. I can see Virgil and Violet playing Thwack Their Face with their tails. What other kind of games would dragons play? Could be a bit dangerous. Imagine a dragon throwing a tantrum, crying, screaming… Rose and Henry have all the problems people have raising a child while working and going to school,only they have to deal with a dragon. At least they can communicate better because of telepathy. There are social issues to deal with seeing it is 1921, but they still apply to today. They are kept light and quick, just enough to make me ponder…. Dragon’s Song has plenty of lighthearted moments, where I even laughed out loud while picturing in my mind the scenes. It also has some sad moments, some thought provoking moments, some frustrating moments, you know, all those things that humans have to deal with on a daily basis. Dragon’s Song is a quick and easy read sure to delight children of all ages! I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Dragon’s Song by Emily Martha Sorensen.
rokinrev 9 months ago
"Sometimes she even questioned why she cared so much about paleontology, given that she had a real-life dragon living with her. But a living dragon was not the same as a fossil. A living dragon was a person who had to be loved and cared for. A fossil was a mystery to be solved." Virgil's parents were still struggling with being parents to a dragon. But all Virgil wants to do is play...With his bucket...or Violet...or the other two dragons who had parents: and yes, he insisted, a fourth set of parents was chosen...the little egg had chosen! And Virgil wanted to see the new dragon girl because Violet was boring when she would not play with Virgil. And so Rose and Henry are caught up in finding exactly who the new egg had chosen...And how could they handle caring for her? In this, the fifth book in Sorensen's Dragon stories, we are as entertained by the time frame priorities as much as having a baby Dragon burn his way through them...As long as he doesn't burn Henry's textbook. Highly recommended. 5/
fcheavenly 9 months ago
Overall rating: 4.2*** This book in the series covers the fate of a fourth dragons egg. This author perfectly captures the childlike mannerisms of Virgil and Violet. This storyline also gives a closer look into Henry’s and Rose’s unusual relationship. This book of course is geared toward a very much younger audience so issues between a man and his wife as well as issues in society during that time period are only briefly touched upon. This is a great series for a young reader to follow. All my reviews are always voluntary.