In Not Your Typical Dragon by Dan Bar-el and illustrated by Tim Bowers, Crispin is abnormal. Normal dragons breathe fire on their seventh birthday. Crispin breathes whipped cream, marshmallows, bubbles, red party streamers, teddy bears, and beach balls. Luckily, he breathes water and saves the day.

When a Dragon Moves In by Jodi Moore and illustrated by Howard McWilliam is set at the beach. A boy creates a perfect sandcastle and a dragon moves in. It’s a mischievous dragon who eats all of the peanut butter sandwiches and throws sand at the boy’s sister.

Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin and illustrated by Daniel Salmieri is comical. Dragons love tacos and taco parties. Warning, only serve mild salsa to dragons. No Jalapenos! Unless you want . . .
Sorry, you’ll have to read the book to find out.

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