The exciting conclusion to Dragon Masters #15

Will Drake be able to get back to his time!?

I know that’s what our friends over at Gracepoint Chicago church in Evanston are wondering!

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What am I talking about, you ask? That means you need to Read/Watch/Listen to the first two installments of Dragon Masters #15: Future of the Time Dragon before you go on.

Done?

Now you can go on to the last installment, Chapters 11-15. Remember to let me know in the comments what book you want to read together next. And send along some pictures if you want to share them as well!

Here’s one from a friend in Fairfax:

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So fancy…has her own book too!

From a few friends from Davis:

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I like the smile!

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Dragon Masters #15 Continues…

It seems as though Chapters 1-4 were a hit. I saw some aunties and uncles getting into the story too. (Side note for the adults: Even though every single book follows the same formula, I find myself getting into it too!)
Here are some photos from some friends from Gracepoint Davis church:
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I broke down the chapters a little arbitrarily for my first video, so I hope that you’ll be happy to know that we go through a whole six chapters for today’s installment!
Here is the link to read Chapters 5-10 – enjoy!
Which book would you like me to read next? Put your request in the comments below.

Virtual Read Aloud – Dragon Masters #15

It’s been over a month since we’ve been able to have Bibliopolis in person over at Gracepoint Berkeley. I wanted to try out a way to read with all the kiddos.¬† With the help of some technology, I think I found a pretty good alternative to in-person Bibliopolis time. And it isn’t limited to our friends in Alameda, but can be with all of our church plant friends too.

dragon mastresDragon Masters is a favorite series amongst our Bibliopolis Bibliophiles. And the latest installment came out at the beginning of March. Under normal circumstances, we would have already read this with several reading groups, and the book would be tattered by everyone having borrowed it.

Since these aren’t normal circumstances, I’ve created a virtual read aloud. I split the book into three installments, and did a screen recording of the e-book. You can read along with the text as I read. What’s awesome is no fighting about someone’s big head being in the way or pushing you off of the couch so that you can’t see the pictures!

Let me know how you like this format…