This book bridges the gap between picture books and chapter books and is best to read out loud at a relaxed speed. Paul uses rhythm and rhyme to tell a story of family, home, adventure, and treasure. Paul’s sister, Anna, has a dragon as a friend who once said, “Paul’s words feel as good in my mouth as a chocolate cookie after I plop worms on top,” (worms being one of the dragon’s favorite foods.) This book is full of colorful, intriguing pictures so we can watch Paul and Anna on Treasure Day #4. They start in their own backyard but end in a new secret place their parents have never seen or knew anything about. All on their own they find a hidden round room with caves.
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