Juvenile Fiction – Nickerbacher

nickerbacherNickerbacher
By Terry John Barto
Publisher: TJB KIDS
Published: December 2016
ISBN: 978-1944878276
ASIN: B01N0OZQOD
Genre: Ages 7-10 Juvenile Fiction – Early Chapter Books
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quanities, only available to qualified reviewrs/bloggers in the U.S.) PDF, mobi, epub, Kindle

Nickerbacher is a dragon and aspiring comedian who travels to La La Land to audition for The Late Knight Show. Hoping to prove to his father – and the world – that dragons can be funny. Nickerbacher befriends a prince and a princess who help him realize his dream while paving the way for equal rights of all citizens.

This is inspired and expanded from the picture book Nickerbacher, the funniest dragon. In this version, Princess Gwendolyn is his manager who enlists the help of Prince Happenstance and a Lucky Leprechaun. On Nickerbacher’s journey to La La Land, he overcomes obstacles and persists in auditioning for the famed TV show host – Johnny Kingston. Along the way, he encounters magical characters, a zealous paparazzi, and develops a genuine camaraderie.

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Terry John Barto
Email: tjbkids@gmail.com
Website: http://www.nickerbacher.com/contact/
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