In a mythical kingdom, a knight and a dragon cook up a delicious plan to save their friendship!
In Dough Knights and Dragons, a curious knight and an amiable dragon meet serendipitously, and instantly bond over their shared love of baking. But the friends are filled with sadness when, according to the law, the two must duel one another. Can the unlikely pair find a way to evade the law, save their friendship, and spread good throughout the land? Kids will devour this scrumptiously clever tale!
B is for Bookworm
Human Development Degree, Book-loving aunt
I think this book is so fun! I love that the unlikely pair become friends, use their creativity and problem-solving skills, and most of all, that they stand up for what they think is right! Very cute illustrations, too! :)
The Book Snob Mom
Mom, Avid Reader, Austen Fangirl
This book is AMAZING and turns the classic knight/dragon rivalry on its head for a refreshing fractured fairy tale. Cute illustrations, great rhyme scheme and an awesome message about challenging the status quo when it challenges what you believe to be right combine to make this truly excellent.
Thanks for dropping by. I'm excited to announce that Nature's Lullaby Fills the Night is now available. Night falls and the world sings a lullaby in this beautifully illustrated picture book. From moths fluttering their powdery wings to willows shushing, shushing in the breeze, tender nature scenes sweep across land, sea, and sky to soothe and calm little ones. Dough Knights & Dragons was also recently released. It's about a dragon and knight who are secretly friends but who are bound by law to duel in an upcoming tournament. Can the two cook up a plan to obey the edict but still save their friendship? My own kingdom castle has a moat (drainage ditch), turret (chimney), and numerous knights (chess pieces). I'm married to Sir Runs-a-Lot and our royal line includes two dragon-loving, sword-collecting damsels (not in distress). I've been a Tudor (tutor) of college math and taught many subjects at the elementary level. My published scrolls include 20 reproducible books and more than 100 poems, plays, puzzles, stories, lyrics, and online Disneyland articles. I use my photos as inspiration for story ideas. Browse my website and discover how words paint pictures and pictures paint words. Enjoy!View Author
I graduated from The University Of Lincoln with an illustration degree in 2014. Warm, bold colours, painterly strokes, textures, and repeat patterns are my inspiration whilst simple shapes and tiny details stimulate me as a creative. I’m always trying to incorporate new artiness from the various world cultures i read about/explore. (Bio via https://thebrightagency.com/us/childrens/artists/george-ermos)View Illustrator