[Epub] ↠ The Tea Dragon Festival Author Katie O'Neill – Diclofenac16.us

The Tea Dragon Festival Rinn Has Grown Up With The Tea Dragons That Inhabit Their Village, But Stumbling Across A Real Dragon Turns Out To Be A Different Matter Entirely Aedhan Is A Young Dragon Who Was Appointed To Protect The Village But Fell Asleep In The Forest Eighty Years Ago With The Aid Of Rinn S Adventuring Uncle Erik And His Partner Hesekiel, They Investigate The Mystery Of His Enchanted Sleep, But Rinn S Real Challenge Is To Help Aedhan Come To Terms With Feeling That He Cannot Get Back The Time He Has Lost.

[Epub] ↠ The Tea Dragon Festival  Author Katie O'Neill – Diclofenac16.us
  • Hardcover
  • 136 pages
  • The Tea Dragon Festival
  • Katie O'Neill
  • English
  • 27 August 2018
  • 9781620106556

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ The Tea Dragon Festival Author Katie O'Neill – Diclofenac16.us

  1. says:

    This was just as beautiful, whimsical, diverse cute as The Tea Dragon Society This made me feel so happy cosy I got an ARC of this from Oni Press at BookExpo It comes out September 17th

  2. says:

    Comics by Katie O Neill just fill me with such deep happiness and peace that I want everyone in the world to read them The art is so so beautiful and magical, especially the foresty parts hereI felt like they were glowing off the page And the overall softness of the style the warm colours, and the expressions that so perfectly capture emotions they re lovingly surprised faces when kindness happens just makes my heart swell Look, I definitely am not an artist, but I can appreciate art 1000% and the Tea Dragon series is my favourite ever And I also have to mention the beautiful inclusivity, with characters who are queer, a nonbinary protagonist, all skin colours but especially brown and black characters, and deafness and gender fluidity I...

  3. says:

    Beautifully illustrated and charming This is my first book by Katie O Neill, but now I would really like to try to find her previous work, which I m sure is going to be fantastic.Thank you to NetGalley and Oni Press for the ARC provided in exchange for an honest opinion.

  4. says:

    Just because something comes easily to you, does not mean it has no value You find it effortless because you love it, and that is why it is your gift A stunning addition to my favourite graphic novel series of all time It s worth the read for the art alone It s absolutely S T U N N I N G The story itself is so beautiful and heartwarming with effortlessly diverse characters The main character uses they them pronouns, sign language is used within the story, there s a m m side romance and lots of people of colour, not to mention genderfluid dragons I d honestly recommend this series to anyone, it s appropriate for people of all ages, including children and is so wholesome I just want to weep with joy every time I read these books Thank you Katie O Neill for adding...

  5. says:

    I want to thank NetGalley for sending me and advanced digital copy of this book.There is a small village, among the mountains, where people live a peaceful life, collecting food from the forest and taking care of the moody, naughty, wonderful tea dragons What a surprise they ll have when, one day, they ll find a full size dragon who s been asleep for 80 years and declares his duty to take care of the village and all its inhabitants This comic is a companion volume to the well known and well loved Tea Dragon Society, which I recently read and absolutely adored The artwork, the colouring, the character design the creatures, the dialogues, the wholesomeness and, last but not leas...

  6. says:

    The ARC of this graphic novel was provided by the publisher Oni Press via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.The Tea Dragon Festival is a companion story to the beautiful The Tea Dragon Society and let me assure that this volume is as stunning as the first one The colors are gorgeous and the illustrations are to die for This story is set before the events of The Tea Dragon Society since we can see a much younger Hesekiel and Erik I also loved the new characters that were introduced in this story Aedhan is a dragon, a real one, and can shift forms and so become human It was very nice to learn about dragons in general and not only about tea dragons, the lovely creatures that were the focus of the first volume I loved how in the end view spoiler everyone helped with te...

  7. says:

    So, so, so cute Really enjoyed this prequel story It just made my heart so happy to be back in this work again

  8. says:

    Colourful, lovely and heartwarming Honestly, every time I read a Katie O Neill story I wish to have kids just to read it to them And I m not planning kids.I love the Tea Dragon world and little Tea Dragons but in this one, we have Rinn, a brown non binary person, finding an ACTUAL dragon while gathering wild herbs and vegetables in the forest There are also some characters from the last story and Deaf representation with the whole village being able to use sign language The Tea Dragon Festival is a story about finding your own pl...

  9. says:

    Thank you to Oni Press and Netgalley for the review copy in exchange for an honest review This does not change my opinion in anyway. I d heard everyone raving about The Tea Dragon Society earlier this year so when I got the opportunity to read this beauty early I of course took it This whole book just feels so warm There is really no better way to describe it It just brings such a smile on my face The soft and warm colors work so well with the art style and the story I had to get used to the art style a little It is very round and soft No hard angles which I m not used to but again, it works incredibly well with the story and the characters As for the story, this is a companion book I haven t read The Tea Dragon Society but I did see that this follows different characters It is very easy to read this book without having read the first one In this book we follow Rinn who grew up with the Tea Dragons She is trying to learn how to cook so she can do than just collect ingredients and herbs Out during a trip she finds a dragon who has been asleep for 80 years Rinn helps Aedhan feel welcome back into the world where Aedhan helps her to see that she does have a gift There is so much inclusivity in this book that is added in such a normalized way It was beautiful to read There is a deaf character for whom most in the village have learned sign l...

  10. says:

    I liked this than the first one The Tea Dragon Festival is a companion prequel to the graphic novel The Tea Dragon Society, featuring both old and new characters and just as many adorable dragons The art is gorgeous and there were fungi and beautiful woods I loved that a lot This time, the story follows a genderfluid main character who loves gathering food from the forest, and a confused dragon who woke up after eighty years of sleep The story was cute, but what made it truly stand out was how it normalized queerness and sign language Also, it s so refreshing to read about a world in which people of many different ethnicities coexist and the world doesn t always default to western customs see which kinds of food was drawn and sometimes the eating utensils, for example.Another thing I really appreciated was t...

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