Moving always means a few difficult changes, but Jason's family just moved to a space station orbiting Mars! How's that for change?! He's had to part with everything except his parents and the one thing he would gladly have left behind: his pain-in-the-neck baby sister. But Jason copes with learning the spacer way of life, spacer slang, even the disaster drills his sister makes impossible to get right.
Among his new friends are Kia, a girl whose grandparents were cosmonauts, and the bugs his teacher captured on a trip to a distant planet. Kia helps him get spacer ways right, and the bugs sense his homesickness. Everyone thinks Jason's talk about singing dragons is just the imagination of a lonely boy. But when the class bullies cause a station-wide crisis, it's up to Jason to use his new skills and all his courage to save the tiny dragons he alone thinks are too smart to be just bugs.
I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
I really liked this short story. A boy has to move to an outpost orbiting Mars after his parents have a second child (as Earth is too crowded to sustain multiple children families) and finds acceptance among his peers through caring for some alien creatures that look like dragons.
It was a pretty awesome story.
I received this book free of charge for an honest review. all I can say for this other than that it was a cute book and kids would like it is that I want a mini dragon
Would you listen to The Terrarium Dragons again? Why?
Yes, because my son enjoyed the story
What did you like best about this story?
What does Theresa Stephens bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Her voice allowed us to listen and enjoy the story together
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?