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It's time for the Dragon Masters to battle the dark wizard! This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line called Branches, which is aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow! The Dra It's time for the Dragon Masters to battle the dark wizard! This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line called Branches, which is aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow! The Dragon Masters are going to visit Queen Rose's kingdom. But Rori and Drake must stay behind. Then a four-headed dragon attacks the castle--and Maldred is riding it! How is Maldred controlling this giant dragon? Will Rori and Drake have to battle the dark wizard on their own?


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It's time for the Dragon Masters to battle the dark wizard! This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line called Branches, which is aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow! The Dra It's time for the Dragon Masters to battle the dark wizard! This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line called Branches, which is aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow! The Dragon Masters are going to visit Queen Rose's kingdom. But Rori and Drake must stay behind. Then a four-headed dragon attacks the castle--and Maldred is riding it! How is Maldred controlling this giant dragon? Will Rori and Drake have to battle the dark wizard on their own?

30 review for Power of the Fire Dragon: A Branches Book

  1. 4 out of 5

    Steven R. McEvoy

    You know a series of books is good when the kids ask almost every day when the next one is coming out. That is what has happened to us and this series. After finishing this 4th book in the Dragon Masters series, every day for 2 weeks now they are asking and we have about three weeks to go. But back to this volume. As mentioned this is the 4 book in a series. The Dragon Masters are young children who the dragon stone indicates will be able to establish a connection with a dragon. King Roland appe You know a series of books is good when the kids ask almost every day when the next one is coming out. That is what has happened to us and this series. After finishing this 4th book in the Dragon Masters series, every day for 2 weeks now they are asking and we have about three weeks to go. But back to this volume. As mentioned this is the 4 book in a series. The Dragon Masters are young children who the dragon stone indicates will be able to establish a connection with a dragon. King Roland appears while the children and their Dragons are training. He has plans to King Roland wants to take his Dragons and show them to Queen Rose of the Kingdom of Arkwood. But during the demonstrations things go awry. The king gets mad and decides that Drake and Worm, and Rori and Vulcan must stay behind. The wizard Griffith will need to travel so his friend Diego will come stay with those left behind. Soon the castle is under attack, Maldred and he has his own dragon who has 4 heads. A battle ensues and Drake and Rori are desperate for back up. But to find out what happens you will need to read the book. Again the illustrations by Graham Howells are awesome. My three children ages 5-9 love going over them again and again to see the details. Every page has embellishments to enhance the look and feel of the book. Wonderful illustrations and a great story combine for a winning combination. This is a great little series. From my youngest to my oldest who can read them to us the whole family enjoys these books. We cannot wait for the 5th book to come out and desperately hope there will be more after that. The characters are fun to watch as they grow into a team and learn to work together and with their dragons. The dragons have surprises that always add for interesting twists. And the kids just love them. What more could you want. These are books that after we finished them the kids asked to read them again, which now that we are on chapter books does not happen as often. That is the best praise we can give them. These are great books for kids and those who read with and to them! Read the review on my blog Book Reviews and More and reviews of other books by West and Howells.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tracey

    This is one of my random selections out of the library. It is something I do to first off all get back into reading for pleasure, and secondly to be more current with books out there for young readers. Dragon Master was a very light and enjoyable read. I however found the character of Rori a bit weak. I was not sure of Rori's gender, which was a bit annoying. Moving along - it's about 4 young dragon masters and their dragons and how they defend the castle against an evil sorcerer Maldred. It is This is one of my random selections out of the library. It is something I do to first off all get back into reading for pleasure, and secondly to be more current with books out there for young readers. Dragon Master was a very light and enjoyable read. I however found the character of Rori a bit weak. I was not sure of Rori's gender, which was a bit annoying. Moving along - it's about 4 young dragon masters and their dragons and how they defend the castle against an evil sorcerer Maldred. It is age appropriate and readers with an interest in castles and dragons will enjoy it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christina (Confessions of a Book Addict)

    This is such a fun series for children! My son and I have thoroughly enjoyed reading it together. This book is action-packed and ends with a cliffhanger of sorts. We are looking forward to the next book in the series!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Krysanne Carlson

    This is my favourite book so far in the dragon master series. The book is energetic. Finnley, age 7.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Priya

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is the fourth installment of the dragon master's series with focus on Rori and her dragon Vulcan. The story starts with all the dragon masters practicing with their dragons. Rori and Vulcan have not yet connected and thus were continuing to have some mishaps due to the communication gap. It was the day King Roland had finally decided to pay his prized possessions i.e. dragons a visit. His intent was to assess their capability and ensure they are ready to visit Queen Roses' event. During the s This is the fourth installment of the dragon master's series with focus on Rori and her dragon Vulcan. The story starts with all the dragon masters practicing with their dragons. Rori and Vulcan have not yet connected and thus were continuing to have some mishaps due to the communication gap. It was the day King Roland had finally decided to pay his prized possessions i.e. dragons a visit. His intent was to assess their capability and ensure they are ready to visit Queen Roses' event. During the show off, he was impressed by what Bo's Shu and Ana's Kepri could do, but was not satisfied with Drake's worm or Rori's Vulcan. So he decided that the former two should accompany him leaving the latter behind. Once the dragons and Griffith were gone, Drake and Rori was with wizard Diego and didn't anticipate any threat. But worm felt something negative but was not able to put a finger on it. When Rori and Drake were at the tower with Vulcan, they saw the 4 headed hydra with Maldred. It was the same creature from Diego'd dream. The eyes of the hydra were glowing red indicating they were under the dark wizards influence. Immediately drake communicated with Worm for help. But in the meantime, Rori was trying to fight Maldred herself with help from Vulcan but in vain. Worm came to the rescue but was captured by Maldred and he was put under a spell. Diego rushed back to get help. In the nick of time, he was back with the other dragons and Griffith and they were able to fight off Maldred and send him to the magic council prison. With the help of Worm all of them got back to the event and there finally Rori was able to connect with Vulcan. King Roland and Queen Rose and all the people were very happy to see all the dragons. Later the king also thanked the Dragon masters for handling the battle and winning it. Once they were back, the dragon Hydra came back asking for asylum and he was immediately welcome. Griffith said he will get his quarters and a new dragon master will be required to work with hydra. This brought excitement to all.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Patti

    The great thing about this series is that it presents situations and scenarios that are not black and white. Which is true for life, and something that our children are learning as well. The fourth installment of the series features Rori and her Fire Dragon, Vulcan. Rori has been shown to be fiery, stubborn, brave, and one that questions authority and throws caution to the wind, so I was excited to see what challenges she and Vulcan would come across. I don't want Rori to have a 180 and have the The great thing about this series is that it presents situations and scenarios that are not black and white. Which is true for life, and something that our children are learning as well. The fourth installment of the series features Rori and her Fire Dragon, Vulcan. Rori has been shown to be fiery, stubborn, brave, and one that questions authority and throws caution to the wind, so I was excited to see what challenges she and Vulcan would come across. I don't want Rori to have a 180 and have the same personalities as the other Dragon Masters. I like who she is. My daughter devoured this book. Whether or not she agreed with Rori's actions, there is no denying that this book had suspense and action! We both loved the fearlessness that Rori showed, even if it was on the side of recklessness! My daughter is so much more like Drake than Rori in terms of personality and temperament, but she loves all the Dragon Masters and their dragons. Vulcan did not disappoint! While also impulsive, he is fierce!

  7. 5 out of 5

    zapkode

    {My thoughts} – Rori finally gets to show us what her dragon Vulcan is made of. Rori and Vulcan are the only two they have yet to connect. Throughout the book, they are put to the ultimate test and are forced to work harder at communicating. It appears that most of it is misunderstanding of direction, but that does change, eventually. In this book, the castle is under attack by the evil wizard. He shows up with his dragon Hydra and there is much damage that occurs. Vulcan ends up hurt and Worm’s {My thoughts} – Rori finally gets to show us what her dragon Vulcan is made of. Rori and Vulcan are the only two they have yet to connect. Throughout the book, they are put to the ultimate test and are forced to work harder at communicating. It appears that most of it is misunderstanding of direction, but that does change, eventually. In this book, the castle is under attack by the evil wizard. He shows up with his dragon Hydra and there is much damage that occurs. Vulcan ends up hurt and Worm’s life gets threatened. However, in the end it all comes together nicely. I really enjoyed how well put together this story was in this particular book. It helped to show so many different emotions throughout the characters. I look forward to reading the next book soon.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Christine Rains

    The young Dragon Masters continue to train with their dragons and also help attend to the kingdom. While Ana and Bo go off to visit Queen Rose, Rori and Drake stay behind. That's when an evil wizard attacks the castle riding a four-headed dragon that spits poison. Will they survive the battle? This is the fourth book in this children's fantasy series. My seven-year-old son loves them, and he was happy to see this book focused on Rori and her fire dragon, Vulcan. Rori is as impulsive and fiery as The young Dragon Masters continue to train with their dragons and also help attend to the kingdom. While Ana and Bo go off to visit Queen Rose, Rori and Drake stay behind. That's when an evil wizard attacks the castle riding a four-headed dragon that spits poison. Will they survive the battle? This is the fourth book in this children's fantasy series. My seven-year-old son loves them, and he was happy to see this book focused on Rori and her fire dragon, Vulcan. Rori is as impulsive and fiery as her dragon, and that can be immensely dangerous. The plot is thick with tension and fast moving. Lots of fun!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

    This fourth book in the Dragon Masters series is packed with excitement and just enough scariness to get our 5 1/2 year old grandson up and out of his seat periodically to go tell his Papa about the latest development. In particular, the illustrations by Graham Howells hit the mark with Maldred. Makes a young one want to quake a bit! Having read book five accidentally ahead of book four, we now had the gaps filled in by the curiosity piqued in book five. We have book six sitting on the counter wa This fourth book in the Dragon Masters series is packed with excitement and just enough scariness to get our 5 1/2 year old grandson up and out of his seat periodically to go tell his Papa about the latest development. In particular, the illustrations by Graham Howells hit the mark with Maldred. Makes a young one want to quake a bit! Having read book five accidentally ahead of book four, we now had the gaps filled in by the curiosity piqued in book five. We have book six sitting on the counter waiting for the next read aloud session with our grandchildren, and I am being prepared by putting books seven and eight on reserve at the library!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    Rori is easily the most difficult of the four dragon masters. I'm glad her journey to communicating was last. Because of Rori's stubbornness, an accident happens and she and Drake get left behind. Thankfully a new wizard named Diego is there as well, because trouble comes to the castle while everyone is away. At the story's end, the dragons have a new friend, and the masters are awaiting a new friend as well. Rori is easily the most difficult of the four dragon masters. I'm glad her journey to communicating was last. Because of Rori's stubbornness, an accident happens and she and Drake get left behind. Thankfully a new wizard named Diego is there as well, because trouble comes to the castle while everyone is away. At the story's end, the dragons have a new friend, and the masters are awaiting a new friend as well.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    A fun series for early readers who love fantasy and dragons! In this particular story, Rori and Drake know their dragons are magnificent, but they can’t get anyone else to see that, especially the king. But when the evil wizard, Maldred comes to take the dragon stone, Rori seizes the chance to not only stop the evil wizard, but to also show the king what her dragon can do! Will Rori be able to control her dragon to stop Maldred or will Vulcan be blasting out of control?!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Wayne Kramer

    This book brought us to a villain that has been built up since early in the series. The encounter was rather anticlimactic in my opinion. I realize these are kids fantasy books, but to me the title implies something much more epic and developed than what we tend to get. I haven't been deeply impressed...although my daughters (ages 8, 5, and 3) really enjoy these. We've been reading them together at bedtime, and they suit that purpose nicely. This book brought us to a villain that has been built up since early in the series. The encounter was rather anticlimactic in my opinion. I realize these are kids fantasy books, but to me the title implies something much more epic and developed than what we tend to get. I haven't been deeply impressed...although my daughters (ages 8, 5, and 3) really enjoy these. We've been reading them together at bedtime, and they suit that purpose nicely.

  13. 5 out of 5

    CMReichard Family

    The Dragon Masters books are an awesome series about dragons, magic, friendships, teamwork, finding your hidden talents and believing and trusting in yourself. My son loves this series and we are purchasing these books for him to have on his personal bookshelf for him to be able to re-read on his own. My daughters enjoy listening to the books too.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Reyna

    The Dragon Masters Series My 5 yo beginning reader and I have been reading these books together. He can't get enough! It has been exactly the motivation for him to learn to read. This was our fourth book, and it seems as though the character development and story has been evolving. There is a great balance of action, empathy, and excitement. The Dragon Masters Series My 5 yo beginning reader and I have been reading these books together. He can't get enough! It has been exactly the motivation for him to learn to read. This was our fourth book, and it seems as though the character development and story has been evolving. There is a great balance of action, empathy, and excitement.

  15. 5 out of 5

    John

    My son read the whole series, so I'm pausing with my adult reads and flying through these to have our first book-talks as father and son. It's wonderful! We talk about each one, and he loves that I'm finding out stuff that he's already read. He now understands the concept of spoilers and has some fun with those. My son read the whole series, so I'm pausing with my adult reads and flying through these to have our first book-talks as father and son. It's wonderful! We talk about each one, and he loves that I'm finding out stuff that he's already read. He now understands the concept of spoilers and has some fun with those.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Beth Anne

    Read aloud to the younger kids. This fourth book has been the strongest in the series so far. The first 3 books set up a lot of the story and were summarized concisely in the opening chapter of this one. The plot moved along much smoother and with believable excitement. I’m glad we kept with the series and we are excited for the next book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie P (Because My Mother Read)

    I read this aloud with my almost 5 year old. This series does a great job of keeping things exciting and we read this one all in one day due to the suspense. We're loving learning more about the different dragons and are looking forward to what comes next! I read this aloud with my almost 5 year old. This series does a great job of keeping things exciting and we read this one all in one day due to the suspense. We're loving learning more about the different dragons and are looking forward to what comes next!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jaie

    Okay, firstly I have now bought all the books for my 5yo son. But unfortunately I am enjoying them less. I'm starting to have concerns about the Dragon Master's parents. Do they get to visit their kids? And what is up with King Roland? I don't trust him. Okay, firstly I have now bought all the books for my 5yo son. But unfortunately I am enjoying them less. I'm starting to have concerns about the Dragon Master's parents. Do they get to visit their kids? And what is up with King Roland? I don't trust him.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jodie

    I am so glad that I stumbled onto this series at the store. I always look for books for my book loving nephew, and when I can find a series he might enjoy, I can't resist. This one is perfect for him. I am so glad that I stumbled onto this series at the store. I always look for books for my book loving nephew, and when I can find a series he might enjoy, I can't resist. This one is perfect for him.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    Rory learns to control and bond with her dragon Vulcan after she and Drake are left behind at the castle by King Roland, who is biased against their dragons. They fend off an attack by the evil wizard Maldred and save the Dragon Stone from being stolen.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mona

    Awesome book series enjoyed with my five year old; we read 7 books already. Easy chapter book for kids with some great characters. We love being transported in this magical land and go on a mission with Drake and the rest of the dragon masters while discovering the capabilities of their dragons.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea

    This series really is well thought out. I'm enjoying it, but my son is loving it! We read this in 3 sittings, and if I had gotten more from the library we'd be starting on those already. I think reading one a week is probably enough; we need some moderation. 🤪 This series really is well thought out. I'm enjoying it, but my son is loving it! We read this in 3 sittings, and if I had gotten more from the library we'd be starting on those already. I think reading one a week is probably enough; we need some moderation. 🤪

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    I enjoyed this book because I like dragons. I also enjoyed this book because I like the part when they battled the poison dragon.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Deacon Yeager

    I think my favorite part was the hydra! I can't wait to see it in another book! I think my favorite part was the hydra! I can't wait to see it in another book!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Colin

    they got a new poison dragin.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Matija

    My five year old really likes these books and keeps asking to continue the series.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kirill Osenkov

    Loved it This book was great and I loved it everything was perfect once again thank you for writing this book From 5year old.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sharayah Preman

    My daughter gave it a 5/5. She loves the dragons, though not some of the kids attitudes.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Angie Bradee

    My kids like this series a lot. Can’t wait to see what happens next!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Trung Hiếu

    Fire dragon is powerful

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