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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Where Is My Little Dragon? A Funny Seek-And-Find Book by Ingo Blum is the story of Amy, the little dragon who is missing from the castle. They check to see if she is guarding the princess, but she is not there. She is not in the supermarket and she is not with the other dragons. Amy can spit fire just like you see in fairy tales. She is not helping another dragon and so they search for her at the dentist, but Amy is not sick. Where is Amy? Are they able to find her?
This seek-and-find story is simple and adorable, and will teach children about different places, objects, and people, and how to reply to simple questions. The repetitiveness in the narration makes it easy for young readers to remember the context and the scenes. The illustrations by Antonio Pahetti bring the concept alive to readers and the coloring pages at the end of the story are a treat and make it a fun and interactive storybook. Storybooks like this are good for children to get into the habit of reading and they will find Amy lovable. The coloring pages make the book ideal to use in classrooms and school libraries for group activities and it might be fun to watch children bringing Amy to life with their choice of colors. The dual combination of being a storybook and having coloring pages makes it attractive to youngsters to use at home too.