Tiger Warrior: Attack of the Dragon King is the first book in an exciting new series for ages 6+ by M. Chan.
Jack loves video games – especially when he is defeating dragons. His Yeye (grandfather) can’t believe all the time he spends in front of a screen and decides it’s time for Jack to learn how to really defeat a dragon. Surprising him with a magic coin that once belonged to his dad, Yeye reveals the truth about Jack’s identity – he is a Tiger Warrior!
It turns out Yeye isn’t what he seems either and Jack is in for the adventure of a lifetime. With the mischievous animals of the Chinese zodiac by his side, he must learn to control their powers and defeat an Ice Dragon. This is definitely different from a video game!
I love the links to the magic of the Chinese Zodiac and the twelve-sided jade coin. There is so much power in just one object. The ancient traditions of good vs evil and following the path of your ancestors show young readers that they are capable of bravery and finding their true destiny.
Tiger Warrior is packed full of non-stop action sprinkled with humour and the lightness of a young boy trying to make sense of a secret identity and strange new powers. Clear and well-spaced font combines with brilliantly engaging illustrations to create a book children will be drawn to. This is a wonderful step into chapter books and longer adventures.
Thank you to Hachette Children’s for this energetically appealing book!
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