Red City Review – 4 Stars
Great book!! I bought this book in honor of Lillian Angeline Kerrigan-Leyh to whom the book is dedicated. I wasn’t sure what to expect. After reading it I want to order one for everyone I know who has grandchildren! I can’t wait for my granddaughter to read it. It is such a nice story about being nice not judging people by how they look but get to know them first. I would highly recommend it! – Amazon Verified Buyer
Gus and Friends return for an all new adventure and learn new valuable lessons.
While Gus the Garden Dragon is busy cleaning his cave with help from Opal and Felix, Crystal the Phoenix stops by to ask an important favor. Crystal needs egg sitters to keep a watchful-eye on her soon to be hatchling.
The Friends soon become bored with watching a motionless egg, so they decide to leave it resting in the cave while they go outside to play. When the friends return, they find the egg missing and have to explain to Crystal how they neglected their duty.
This new tale in the Gus the Garden Dragon family, tells a tale of transformation and understanding. It chronicles the story of a young sprite who wishes to be accepted for what she truly feels. Gus and the Winter Sprite also demonstrates that we are not alone when we have family and friends that love us. Though they may not always be present, they are always there for us when we need them most.
Responsibility, Bravery, Friendship.
A fairy named Opal shirks her responsibilities and is unable to provide garden seeds to a young gnome named Felix on planting day. Felix takes it upon himself to enter the dark garden without permission to retrieve the lost seeds.
Though frightened, Opal feels she must follow Felix into the forbidden place. Plans go awry for the fairy and gnome when they encounter a dragon who lurks in the dark and mysterious overgrowth. Without a thought for Felix, Opal flees, leaving him to an unknown fate.
Many lessons are learned when the fairies and gnomes confront Gus the dragon in an assumed rescue of Felix. What they learn about misconceptions and rumors is just one thing the reader will take away from this light and heartening story.