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EPIC's 2017 eBook Young Reader winner. 

When Rhea goes with her mother to the animal shelter, they return home with a dragon! Rhea and her family find out what Wondry Dragon eats, where she sleeps, and what she needs when going out on a walk. Almost everyone in the neighborhood is friendly to Wondry, except the neighborhood bully Johnny. However, Rhea and Wondry have a surprise for him! 

A children’s chapter book story suitable for ages six to eight (grades one to three). 

From the Midwest Book Review

"Do you like dragons? Follow the adventures of Wondry Dragon as she finds a new home with her new human friend, Rhea, in Joan Marie Verba's delightful story Wondry Dragon Finds a Home. Rhea and her mom and dad have never had a dragon in the house before, and they all learn what Wondry can and cannot do. Rhea and Wondry play together, help out their neighbors - and try to stay out of trouble. Rhea can never tell what Wondry will do next because Wondry is always surprising her with what dragons can do. Wondry will surprise young readers ages 6 to 8 as well! A children's chapter book story suitable for students in grades 1-3, Wondry Dragon Finds a Home is very highly recommended for both community and elementary school libraries."

©2016 Joan Marie Verba (P)2020 Joan Marie Verba

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  • D. A. Smith
  • 07-09-20

Disappointing

Monotone and rushed narration. Odd mic sound, muffled. Story is ok, but just seems odd that it's not fantasy but normal day to day apart from they have just adopted a Dragon. Replace the word dragon for 'dog' and the story would be better, or add some excitement and emotion.