There’s a Dragon in the Library
Dianne de Las Casas
“There’s a Dragon in the Library” by Dianne de Las Casas is about a boy named Max who sees a dragon in the library, but nobody else sees it. First he found the egg and it hatched into a little dragon. When he went back to the library the next time, the dragon was bigger and eating books. Max went to his mom and he said “Mom, there’s a dragon in the library.” And Max’s mom said, “Max, you are so funny....You have a great imagination...Come on, Max, let’s go.”
Every time he went back to the library he found the dragon somewhere, but usually in the kid’s section. And it was eating books, as normal. Max ran to his Dad and Max said, “There’s a dragon in the library.” Max’s Dad said, “I believe you.” “You mean you believe me?” said Max. “Yes, I do because there are lots of dragons in books,” his Dad said. Max tried to tell the librarian and his teacher. But only one other person believed him - Officer Riley.
Much of the book was colorful pictures which I liked. I think all my friends would like “There’s a Dragon in the Library.” It was pretty funny. I hope you will like it, too.