Dragon's Breath

Emma and Eadric have no sooner turned back into humans from being frogs than Emma s mother is in a panic, Aunt Grassina is distracted because she s found her true love turned into an otter, and Emma s magic is so out of control she sends herself to the dungeon by mistake The neighboring kingdom has chosen this moment to attack, and if Emma can t get Grassina s mind backEmma and Eadric have no sooner turned back into humans from being frogs than Emma s mother is in a panic, Aunt Grassina is distracted because she s found her true love turned into an otter, and Emma s magic is so out of control she sends herself to the dungeon by mistake The neighboring kingdom has chosen this moment to attack, and if Emma can t get Grassina s mind back on protecting the kingdom, life as they know it in Greater Greensward will be in peril From underwater sea monsters to fire breathing dragons, this witty pair of young friends manages to sweet talk, cajole, and race their way to victory But when it looks as if everything will finally work out, disaster strikes, and Emma finds that magic is not enough it takes real bravery and a strong, new friendship to succeed.
Dragon s Breath Emma and Eadric have no sooner turned back into humans from being frogs than Emma s mother is in a panic Aunt Grassina is distracted because she s found her true love turned into an otter and Emma s

  • Title: Dragon's Breath
  • Author: E.D. Baker
  • ISBN: 9781582346663
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    E.D. Baker

    E.D Baker Elizabeth Dawson Baker made her international debut in 2002 with The Frog Princess, which was a Texas Lone Star Reading List Book, A Book Sense Children s Pick, a Florida s Sunshine State Readers List pick a 2006 Sasquatch Book Award nominee The Princess and the Frog, is loosely based on this novel Elizabeth was born in Buffalo, New York and spent most of the next eighteen years in the Town of Tonawanda with her older brother and her parents She married her husband while in college, and had two children a few years after graduating from Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania with a bachelor s degree in psychology When her son was four, the family moved to the state of Maryland With two young children at home, Elizabeth worked part time in her husband s business and took writing classes at the local community college She continued taking writing classes after the birth of her second daughter.After divorcing she went back to school and entered the SIMAT School Immersion Masters in the Art of Teaching program at Johns Hopkins University After graduating, she taught fifth grade until her parents health began to fail Her son had already graduated from college when Elizabeth and her daughters moved north to be closer to her parents Having gained a new perspective on what is important in life, Elizabeth decided that it was time to believe in herself and devoted her time to writing Her first book, The Frog Princess, was published in 2002 Elizabeth currently lives on a small farm in Maryland where she and her family breed horses They also have dogs, cats, goats and two ducks named Quackers and Fromage.

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    • Brianna Mathes said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      THIS BOOK COUNTS AS 2 BOOKSAfter Emma and Eadric were turned back to humans, Emma was trying to figure out how Haywood could turn back into a human[instead of an otter:], so her aunt Grassina and Haywood could be together again and possibly get married. Emma decided that the only way to turn Haywood back would be by asking her grandmother[who was the one who turned him into an otter:]. Grassina, Eadric, Haywood, and Emma travel to her grandmother to ask her. Grassina refuses and puts a spell on [...]

    • Loretta Marchize said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      E.D. Baker does it again! Another suspense-filled book. Things I loved: the characters, Emma's growing relationship with Eadric, and the funny times. Things I didn't like: nothing. Everything was really well-done. (also I read this book a year ago and don't remember everything (: ha ha)5 stars and I'm telling everyone to read it!

    • Elizabeth said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      This book is even funnier than The Frog Princess, and has tons of nods to fairy tales and other fantastic elements. My favorite part of the book was the interaction with the dragons, although seeing Emma come into her powers and start winning at everything is pretty satisfying, too.I also like the elements introduced in the books that pave the way for a sequel. In the first book, it was the introduction to Haywood, which naturally leads to this book being about breaking his curse. Then (view spo [...]

    • J.D.Staton said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      This second book in the Dragon Princess Series of Books was more tedious and far more sexist than the first book. I found it quite tiresome to keep hearing of the endless items Princess Emma kept tripping over, dropping, and/or losing her grip on all sorts of objects, along with the endless number of times she had to be rescued from being so frightened she could not move/speak/think/function and, thus, had to be caught/protected/rescued by Prince Eadric or someone else. There was a huge differen [...]

    • Meg McGregor said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      Emma and Eadric's adventures continue, in this the second book, of The Frog Princess series!This time, they are on a quest to find the magical items necessary for the spell to turn Grassina's beloved, Haywood, back into a human! Her mother had turned Haywood into an otter and Grassina had been searching for him for over 23 years! She thought her mother had turned Haywood into a frog and so had spent years fruitlessly kissing as many frogs as possible.Their adventures finding the items are very i [...]

    • Meg McGregor said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      Emma and Eadric's adventures continue, in this the second book, of The Frog Princess series!This time, they are on a quest to find the magical items necessary for the spell to turn Grassina's beloved, Haywood, back into a human! Her mother had turned Haywood into an otter and Grassina had been searching for him for over 23 years! She thought her mother had turned Haywood into a frog and so had spent years fruitlessly kissing as many frogs as possible.Their adventures finding the items are very i [...]

    • Jen said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      This was such a cute read. We all enjoyed the adventure and suspense of this story, and watching Emerelda come into her own and the relationships grow was a pleasure.

    • Cara said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      Cute sequel to The Frog Princess.

    • Desiree Andoh said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      LITTT

    • Bradley said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      This story turned out better than I thought it would be. Not too bad of a story. =)

    • Nate said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      ragon's Breath is an enjoyable read, with a writing style directed towards younger kids.This is the story of a teen princess, Emma, who is learning magic and trying to get out of a betrothal. It is written in the first person, and starts off in the middle of things, which felt a bit awkward, but I realized later was because this is actually the third book in the series. It does, however, do a decent job of explaining things quickly and can be read by itself. The story is entertaining, and while [...]

    • Lucy A. March said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      Well this was cute! I liked it better than the first one (which while certainly entertaining, and about a million times better than the creepy Disney cartoon it spawned, just wasn't 100% my cup of tea); the characters are more developed, and while they do spend some time as frogs in this sequel as well, we get to spend more time with them as humans, which helps widen their characteriaztion. Honestly, I felt the last one was more focused on "omg, I'm a magic princess who turned into a froggy and [...]

    • Rebecca Ray said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      This is the sequel to The Frog Princess, and it is much better than the first book. In this book, Emma and Eadric are helping Emma's aunt Grassina find the cure to make her beloved Haywood human again. A couple of fun new characters are introduced. We get to see Emma's family dynamic, and more importantly, we get to see her embrace her identity and begin to grow into it. The ending to the book is very much a cliff-hanger, and the book prior to this led into this book. I am not crazy about the fa [...]

    • Kelsy said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      An enjoyable read with a few funny part here and there. I didn't read the first book but, it wasn't hard to put the pieces together on what happen. As for the romance it not rush, Emma and Eadric seem to be close as friends. Throughout the story they took their time to get to know each other. There not really any thing new about a treasure hunt finding ingredients to turn Haywood back in to human with a few fairly tale refuse throw in. It is a fun read and I will keep my eyes out for the next bo [...]

    • Goshen PL Childrens said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      Book 2 in the Tales of the Frog Princess series follows the further adventures of Emma and Eadric. They trek across the kingdom in search of magical items. They meet mermaids and dragons and even a flying horse! Emma learns more about her magic in this book. Since she is still a witch in training her magic doesn't always work as expected sometimes with some funny results. The book is a fun mix of fairy tales and magic. I recommend it for fans of both. The books in this series follow each other, [...]

    • Marlee said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      Borge father my children enjoyed this book and found it quite funny, as did I. It didn't grab them quite as quickly as the first book in this series, but luckily they were already invested in the characters. It was fun and silly and easy to read, and rather predictable. A great book for children and young teens.

    • Christy Schaefer said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      This was pretty terrible. The first book was decent, but this one was gut-wrenching in the not-good way the entire book. The characters were weak and ridiculous. The plot twists were equally ridiculous. They took all the good things of the first book and ruined them.I definitely wouldn't recommend this series.

    • Raven Anne said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      I don't like prince whats-his-face. He just annoys me lol

    • JJ said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      Awesome!Love the journey and the magic, but hated that it ended so quickly. Can't wait to see what happens!

    • Danni said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      funny

    • Alanah said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      What can I say, it was my favourite childhood book despite never having read the first one. Is it really worth five stars? It is to me. Don't fight me.

    • Lydia Domagalski said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      Good, but more for 6th or 5th graders.

    • Amy said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      I really am enjoying this series. Simple fun with a new twist on fairy tales.

    • Hazel said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      3.5

    • Sarah said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      Audiobook

    • Jess Verzello said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      another childhood classic

    • Tyleah Waters said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      AWESOME

    • Rachael said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      It's only been a day since Emma and Eadric turned back into humans and already things are getting crazy. Emma is struggling to learn how to control her magic, Aunt Grassina is completely focused on her true love who's been turned into an otter, and if that weren't enough, the neighboring kingdom has decided to invade. Emma decides that the best course of action is to get her grandmother to break the spell on Haywood so that Grassina will focus on saving their kingdom instead of on him. Unfortuna [...]

    • luxelibrarian said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      Cute, for a children's book. I'd say that this book was a little more "Young Adult" genre (or leaning towards it) than the first book in the series. This book dealt with beheadings, ghosts, nasty spiders that wanted to get ahold of the main characters so they could "suck their blood out of their body" - just little situations that were a bit more "adult" and "scary" compared to the first book. I will say that the book seemed to end very - very - abruptly. One second, they were flying in the air [...]

    • Eustacia Tan said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 23:50 PM

      Now it's Book 2 of The Tales of the Frog Princess. It's starting to separate from the original tale of The Frog Prince, and growing legs to become an independent story.In the sequel, Emma and Eadric are back into Princess and Prince. But, the Green Witch, or her aunt Grassina isn't fulfilling her duties because she's looking for her love, Haywood, whom she found has been turned into an otter. Of course, a neighbouring kingdom finds this the best time to attack, so Emma and Eadric meddle around t [...]

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