Parents' Guide to

Dragon Masters Series

By Carrie Kingsley, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Action-packed tales of young dragon masters fighting evil.

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age 6+

Based on 6 parent reviews

age 6+

Fun listen

I listen to audiobooks with my girls (7 and 1) in the car. These books do not disappoint. They are about 45 minutes in length (less if you speed them up a little) and are AR books! We listen to them on the way to school and then the 7yo aces her AR test. Each book tells a complete story but also gives a cliffhanger for the next book. They are simple and safe for younger audiences while still managing a cool story for older. My daughter does get a little frustrated when every book recaps the basics you already knew from the previous books. But that's just a normal part of series I think.
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age 4+

Makes kids love books

We’ve read all the series to my 4&5 year old. Two chapters nightly. We’re now awaiting (prepaid preorder) the next. When they come in the mail my girls run up to one of their bed and spend 1-2 HOURS perusing. Ps they cannot actually read yet!

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Is It Any Good?

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Filled with adventure, fun characters, and illustrations on every page, these fast-paced stories are great for young readers new to chapter books. The Dragon Masters series has battles galore, but the focus is on how the young dragon masters prepare, how they build relationships with one another and their own dragons, and how they support one another. The adults trust the young dragon masters as experts with their dragons, and teach the kids how to research in the library and learn about the evil they're battling, and to trust their instincts. The stories are packed with action, teach lessons about friendship and determination, and use words and phrases that will challenge but not overwhelm young readers.

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