Sometimes, the things that scare us most in life are really just things that mean to bring no harm at all. Join Queen Freda and the Weiner-Schnitzels as they discover that goodness lies within us all.
|Publisher:||Orange Hat Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.02(h) x 0.25(d)|
|Age Range:||3 Months to 12 Years|
About the Author
Ann Iverson is a writer and artist. She is the author of four poetry collections: Come Now to the Window by the Laurel Collective, Definite Space and Art Lessons by Holy Cow! Press, and Mouth of Summer by Kelsay Books (forthcoming). She is a graduate of both the MALS and the MFA programs at Hamline University. Her poems have appeared in a wide variety of journals and venues including Writer's Almanac. As a visual artist, she enjoys the integrated relationship between the visual image and the written image. Her art work has been featured in several art exhibits as well as in a permanent installation at the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital. She is currently working on a variety of artistic projects. Her writing and art can be viewed at anniverson.weebly.com.
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Queen Freda and the Dangerous Dragon based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen (Teen Reviewer) for Readers' Favorite Queen Freda and the Dangerous Dragon by Ann Iverson is a fun children's book about a queen named Queen Freda Der Weiner Shnitzel of Frankfurter kingdom. One day, Sir Fredrick Ludwig informs Queen Freda that there is a terrifying, dangerous dragon nearby, and that they have to get rid of it immediately. Queen Freda and Sir Fredrick send Baron Walter Von Whisker Hausen to capture the dragon, named Dunkle the Dangerous Dragon. Walter goes to the cave where Dunkle lives, and hears beautiful music. Then, suddenly the dragon's tongue of fire lashed out toward Walter. What will happen to him? I really enjoyed reading Queen Freda and the Dangerous Dragon by Ann Iverson. The book is very well written and very descriptive. The book has some funny parts, as well as many scenes full of action and suspense. The characters are very likeable, because they're kind and brave. I liked that all of the characters were animals. For the most part, the pictures by Ann Iverson are well drawn and very bold and colorful. I like the font the story was written in, because it seems to match the theme of the story. I liked that the book had a huge plot twist in it. The book is well developed and well thought out. Parents will enjoy reading this book to their child, and children will want to read it again and again. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone.
Beautiful color illustrations only surpassed by the imaginative, eloquent story line.