The Rain Dragon Rescue (The Imaginary Veterinary #3) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the The Imaginary Veterinary series.
- #1: The Sasquatch Escape (The Imaginary Veterinary #1) (Paperback): $7.99
- #2: The Lonely Lake Monster (The Imaginary Veterinary #2) (Paperback): please email (email@example.com) or call (206.842.5332) for price
- #4: The Order of the Unicorn (The Imaginary Veterinary #4) (Hardcover): $25.00
- #5: The Griffin's Riddle (The Imaginary Veterinary #5) (Hardcover): please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (206.842.5332) for price
- #6: The Fairy Swarm (The Imaginary Veterinary #6) (Paperback): please email (email@example.com) or call (206.842.5332) for price
About the Author
Suzanne Selfors is a national best selling author of the Ever After High School Stories series, the Imaginary Veterinary series, the Smells Like Dog series, and many other books. She's earned five Junior Library Guild Awards and a WA State Book Award. She's been a Kid's Indie Pick, a Scholastic Book Fair bestseller, and been included in Bank Street's 100th Edition of Best Children's Books, Smithsonian Magazine's Notable Children's Books, and Amazon's Best Children's Books.
She lives on an island in the Pacific Northwest where rain falls like music and horses are beloved.
Praise for the Imaginary Veterinary series:
"An entertaining story that will pique readers' interest from the first dragon sighting...Santat's characteristically dynamic illustrations complement a story that will have readers eager for the next book in the Imaginary Veterinary series."—Publishers Weekly
"A solid, entertaining opener. Ben and Pearl are Everykids that readers will relate to, and the adults of Buttonville are often delightfully weird and clueless....More hijinks-filled adventure than mystery, this is sure to win an audience."—Kirkus Reviews
"Funny, touching, and sure to please, this title is full of charm. Kids will relate to Ben and his troubles, root for the amazing animals, and enjoy Santat's zany illustrations."—School Library Journal