Ivy and the Meanstalk by Dawn Lairamore

August 24, 2011 at 2:15 pm

Ivy and the MeanstalkSummary: Fourteen-year-old Princess Ivy wants nothing more than to have a little fun in the company of her dragon friend, Elridge, but unless she can recover the magical harp snatched by a thieving youth named Jack long ago, her entire kingdom will suffer an unspeakable fate.


This book is filled with fantasy things like dragons and fairies and other things. Ths book is perfect for boys and girls. It’s a mix of girl and boy. It should be called goy or birl book. It’s so interesting I can’t describe it. Dawn really has a great imagination and talent. This book it’s not like any other book I read, and it has that little something that kids want. It’s called imagination. Dawn wrote this book so well that I spend every minute that I can with this book. You have to get it, grab it, and go home and read as much as you can. This was a really great book. My opinion: This is the OPLbery WINNER.-Florencia

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