The Dragon and the Santa

The Dragon and the Santa After trying to eat Rudolph a dragon ends up pulling Santa s sleigh A word short story that is very silly

  • Title: The Dragon and the Santa
  • Author: Emily Martha Sorensen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After trying to eat Rudolph, a dragon ends up pulling Santa s sleigh A 1,500 word short story that is very silly.

    One thought on “The Dragon and the Santa”

    1. Let me start by saying this is not your typical Christmas story. The tale was a little outside of my comfort zone in terms of tone and character, but something tells me readers of Emily Martha Sorensen would not only expect this, but that they would love it. While this is listed as a children's story, it was definitely too dark for my two (ages 2 and 4), and it is not a picture book. All of that aside, it's a very strange twist on the tale of Santa losing his reindeer (because our main character [...]

    2. The dragon and santaWhat a sense of humor. I love this story you laugh the whole time your reading it. It might upset some kids so parents read it first to make sure its right for you. I still loved the story great author.

    3. Hilarious!Definitely not your typical Christmas story. I won't ruin the surprise by saying any more but get ready for some serious laughter! This story is short but don't miss it!

    4. Run, Run, Rudolph! What an absolute delight! Ms. Sorensen's sense of mischief is apparent as she blithely mixes mythologies in this sparkling short story.

    5. Delightful Christmas storyWhat a fun Christmas story! It's is well written and has enough details to enable the reader to picture the story as it's read.

    6. Different Santa storyThis was a quick story but would have liked to see how it would have finished if it was longer.

    7. I received a free book and voluntarily chose to review it. I think this book would be enjoyable for 10 yr olds and up. The author says it is silly and it is, but I enjoyed this book very much.

    8. The Dragon and the Santa by Emily Martha Sorensen The Dragon and the Santa by Emily Martha Sorensen is a children's book that I found fun to read. After Irri, the dragon attempted to eat one of Santa's reindeer, it had to pull his sleigh. I gave it three stars. "'NaughtyceI wish they'd give me a third option. Most children are both, and many things in between. Ah well, I never leave coal anyway.'" Santa murmured to Irri. I received a complimentary kindle copy from . That did not change my opin [...]

    9. This is a short read that explores a different look at Christmas type stories. In this one readers find a dragon arguing with Santa. The story is fun although wish it was longer. I think the author does a good job with the writing and I think some kids would rather read a story with a different edge to it, definitely what is in this book.

    10. Short and SweetThe Dragon and the Santa by Emily Martha Sorensen 4 StarsCute fun read, short and sweet describes it best.I'm still giggling over a Dragon being used to pull Santas sleigh lol.I voluntarily read and this book by the authorReviewer for Nook Books and More Blog

    11. The Dragon and the SantaFound this book strange as the world of the dragon meets the world of the Santa.It's just two things I'd never think would be in one book. Other works by the author are highlighted at the end.

    12. Christmas Times A Hissin!A different look at the Santa mythology. Don't want to put spoilers in but Santa has turned badass when it comes to anything threatening his holiday. This is a cute short story and most will be entertained.

    13. A cute story about a dragon who accidentally comes into our world and tries to eat the reindeer. What happens next is very funny. Your kids will love it.

    14. A cute short story with a less jolly Santa. Not the traditional Christmas story as a dragon attempts to eat the reindeer. I wouldn't read into a child who still believes in Santa.

    15. Cute quick book about a dragon named Irri who meets Santa on Christmas Eve. A little mythology thrown in along with humor makes for a fun Christmas story.

    16. A Christmas classic for me!Thank you Emily Martha Sorenson for your book. A Christmas classic for me to read from now on. A new fan.

    17. This was an extremely quick, enjoyable, and well-written children’s book.The brief relationship between Irri and Santa is humorous and made me chuckle a few times. Ms. Sorensen definitely captured Santa’s jolly behavior and the attitude of an irritated dragon in this read.Read my full review here:bookloverblogs/2017/04/29

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