Behind the Story: "The Andrew Mason Illustrated Field Guide to Unknown Dragons"

StoryRhyme.com is delighted to present our newest addition, "The Andrew Mason Illustrated Field Guide to Unknown Dragons." Mason and Andrew are 11-year-old middle schooler dracologists (dragon experts). They're simply bonkers about dragons and would like to share their dragon facts with the world. (Sources tell us the two have been working feverishly during lunch recess at school compiling, drawing and comparing dragon notes.)


Scanning, building linking, and coding pages for Mason and Andrew's guide is a bit of an undertaking (Husband has the dark circles under his eyes to prove it). So much so that if it weren't for the persistence on the part of one of our young friends (frequent phone calls to the house), this undertaking may not have taken place so, um, quickly. (11-year-olds are not known for their patience and forbearance.)

So without further ado, we present their illustrious guide. (At least the beginning of it. They've been busy little bees.)

Read (are you ready for this...) "The New and Expanded (Both Ancient and Modern) Andrew Mason Illustrated Field Guide to Unknown Dragons."

We especially liked their postscript, which is very good advice: "Don't approach a dragon without adult supervision." I don't know about you, but I'm not sure I'd approach one with adult supervision.

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