Book Review: There Are No Dragons In This Book by Donna Lambo-Weidner

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There Are No Dragons In This Book by Donna Lambo-Weidner is a children's book where kids look to make sure there are no dragons in the book.  The expected publication date is March 5, 2024.  I'd like to thank NetGalley for the Advanced Readers Copy (ARC) of this book. I have to say that I was a bit disappointed in this picture book.  I didn't care for the story, and it's not something I would likely read to a child.  I also didn't like that the story actually did have dragons in it only because I feel like a child might be upset that they were mislead.  However, I'm not the target audience, so kids may love it. On a positive note, I did enjoy the colorful illustrations.  It definitely gives the reader a lot to look at.  Three out of five stars is what I gave There Are No Dragons In This Book by Donna Lambo-Weidner. Follow Us On Social Media

Book Review: Haunted (Fear Street, #7) by R.L. Stine

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The Fear Street Prowler has every one on edge in Shadyside, especially Melissa, who wakes up screaming due to a tapping on her window. Strange things start happening to her like her new car veering into oncoming traffic, her presents being ripped open by an unknown entity, and something or someone trying to push Melissa out her bedroom window. Is it Melissa's imagination or the Fear Street Prowler. Find out in R.L. Stine's Haunted (Fear Street, #7).

The Fear Street book series by R.L. Stine was one of my favorite Young Adult Horror series when I was a tween and teen. I still had most of the books from them, so I decided to reread them, in the order they were published, as an adult to see if they still were as scary to me as they were back then. I didn't have a copy of Haunted, so I ordered a used copy through ThriftBooks.com.

As an adult, this was a super easy read and only took a couple hours for me to finish. It was a creepy read that was perfect for a rainy night. When I began the reread of this book, none of it seemed very familiar except in one or two scenes. As I got to the last few pages, I remembered how Haunted (Fear Street, #7) ended, but that didn't take away from the story for me. This particular story is a bit different than most of the other stories in the Fear Street series and is a nice change.

I don't have any complaints about this book and think it is a perfect story for the targeted audience. If you have a child that is too young to read books by authors like Stephen King but want to read a horror story, this book and author would be a good starting place for them. I give Haunted (Fear Street, #7) by R.L. Stine four out of five stars. If you enjoyed this book, I recommend Wait Till Helen Comes by Mary Downing Hahn.

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