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Ellie-May and Her Toy Dragon, Ben by Genna Rowbotham - Book Tour & Review

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Ellie-May & her Toy Dragon, Ben

Feeling so excited for a new day ahead, Ellie-May struggles to sleep. So when her toy dragon, Ben grows into a real-life dragon, they take to the starry skies and embark on a night-time adventure together, where they visit Ben’s castle and enjoy a dragon party. 
But as the sun begins to rise and the stars fade, will Ellie-May be able to stay awake?


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My Review
Ellie-May and Her Toy Dragon, Ben is a cute children's book about a little girl who can't sleep. Her toy dragon comes to life, and together, Ellie-May and Ben fly off on an adventure, joining a dragon party at a castle. How fun! But could it be all a dream?
This is an adorable story that will appeal to young readers. It has delightful illustrations that make the story even more exciting to read. Plus, it's an easy to read book overall. Kids will want to come back to it again and again. Seriously, who wouldn't want to go on a nighttime adventure with a dragon to a party? How magical! 
4 stars!

Author Bio –

Genna Rowbotham wrote her first children’s story in 2017, fitting it in around caring for her young family, and is now an author of nine children’s books as well as a short story in a magazine. Rowbotham has a passion to write stories that help entertain, educate and inspire young-ones as the reader can escape the seriousness of life and enter a world of magic.

Her other interests include reading, writing, travelling, astrology, spending time with her family and exploring the great outdoors.

She lives with her lively, imaginative family in Derbyshire in a house full of books, magazines as well as colourful drawings and all sorts of artwork from her children (empty cereal boxes are often taken from the recycle bin to reinvent something wonderful like a spy camera or telescope).

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