The Iguana Brothers, a Tale of Two Lizards MOBI ☆


The Iguana Brothers, a Tale of Two Lizards [PDF / EPUB] The Iguana Brothers, a Tale of Two Lizards Tom and Dom are a couple of young iguanas who think they re dinosaurs Dom is happy being Dom, but sensitive Tom is not sure if being just an iguana is right for him He decides to make some changes in Tom and Dom are a couple Brothers, a ePUB ´ of young iguanas who think they re dinosaurs The Iguana ePUB Ñ Dom is happy being Dom, but sensitive Tom is not sure if being just an Iguana Brothers, a Epub µ iguana is right for him He decides to make some changes in this wonderful story of discovery, friendship and what it means to be brothers Full color acrylic illustrations.

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • The Iguana Brothers, a Tale of Two Lizards
  • Tony Johnston
  • English
  • 03 October 2019
  • 0590474685

About the Author: Tony Johnston

Tony Johnston has written many acclaimed Brothers, a ePUB ´ books for young people She and her husband The Iguana ePUB Ñ lived in Mexico for fifteen years, where they raised their children She now lives in Iguana Brothers, a Epub µ San Marino, California.



10 thoughts on “The Iguana Brothers, a Tale of Two Lizards

  1. says:

    The first time I read The first time I read this story, long time ago, I did not like it that well This second time it like the story better I like the way the author intertwine two languages English and Spanish I like the concept of two Mexican iguanas who wanted to be dinosaurs Dom and Tom try to be dinosaurs, but as soon as they roared as dinosaurs, they stop because they almost fell off the vine where they were They agreed, they did not want to rule the earth Instead they did somethi The first time I read The first time I read this story, long time ago, I did not like it that well This second time it like the story better I like the way the author intertwine two languages English and Spanish I like the concept of two Mexican iguanas who wanted to be dinosaurs Dom and Tom try to be dinosaurs, but as soon as they roared as dinosaurs, they stop because they almost fell off the vine where they were They agreed, they did not want to rule the earth Instead they did something they enjoy doing Tom and Dom stared at the stars and found their favorite constellation, The Big Iguana The dialogue is creative and funny However, I am not impressed with the illustrations The artist crated a pallet of mostly Earth tones, the drawings are good, but the colors feel dull This story should be better in bright colors Some of the pages are full bleed and some have a white frame I do not understand what is the reasoning behind that decision

  2. says:

    Well this was an interesting book I wouldn t have normally picked this up, but my daughter grabbed it off the shelf at the library, so we brought it home It was a strange book It was really hard to keep Dom and Tom separate because their names were so similar Almost NOTHING happened during the entire book, and it was a pretty long book for a children s book My daughter was hardly interested in it The pictures were pretty dull they re iguanas, so I didn t expect vibrant illustrations, but Well this was an interesting book I wouldn t have normally picked this up, but my daughter grabbed it off the shelf at the library, so we brought it home It was a strange book It was really hard to keep Dom and Tom separate because their names were so similar Almost NOTHING happened during the entire book, and it was a pretty long book for a children s book My daughter was hardly interested in it The pictures were pretty dull they re iguanas, so I didn t expect vibrant illustrations, but still.The only thing that I thought gave the book some merit was that it had spanish words strewn throughout It also would have the other one answer and basically tell you what the spanish word meant in English So if you re looking for a book that will provide some spanish words to your kids, this is a good one

  3. says:

    Tom and Dom are iguanas In this book they have three little adventures First, Tom decides bugs are gross and must find something else to eat Second, the two iguanas decide they are dinosaurs Third, Tom is looking for someone to be his friend.This book reads much like a Frog Toad book, only starring Mexican reptiles The dialogue is stilted and simple like in a beginning reader book, and the adventures are rather simple too and a bit silly Some Spanish vocabulary is introduced along the Tom and Dom are iguanas In this book they have three little adventures First, Tom decides bugs are gross and must find something else to eat Second, the two iguanas decide they are dinosaurs Third, Tom is looking for someone to be his friend.This book reads much like a Frog Toad book, only starring Mexican reptiles The dialogue is stilted and simple like in a beginning reader book, and the adventures are rather simple too and a bit silly Some Spanish vocabulary is introduced along the way, so if you re looking for a beginning reader that s multicultural somewhat bilingual, this could fit the bill The last story is a good one for brothers who need to realize they can be brothers and friends

  4. says:

    There is a lot of text which makes it not a great candidate for storytime but there are some funny parts between the two brothersDom and Tom, the iguana brothers, eat flowers, pretend to be dinosaurs, and discover that they can be best friends.

  5. says:

    A nice story of love and commitment between two brothers iguanas.

  6. says:

    I was so obsessed with this book Love it

  7. says:

    Three short stories all linked by the same two characters.

  8. says:

    Red 3rd

  9. says:

    Cute story and teaches some Spanish words.

  10. says:

    Traditional literature3rd 6th gradeI thought this book was ok I was a little confused with the plot I like the dialogue in this book between the two brothers I also like that there is a little bit of Spanish added into the dialogue This would be a fun book for students to partner read, with each child acting as one of the brothers.

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