Join us for a laugh-out-loud virtual storytime event! Scott Rothman will read his debut picture book ATTACK OF THE UNDERWEAR DRAGON, a hilarious and triumphant tale about a young knight who must battle the fearsome Underwear Dragon threatening to destroy his kingdom. After the reading, Scott will answer audience questions. Save your spot in the free event below.
Scott has kindly signed bookplates for everyone who purchases ATTACK OF THE UNDERWEAR DRAGON from An Unlikely Story, while supplies last.
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ABOUT THE BOOK:
Brave knights, fire-breathing dragons, and underwear -- every kid's favorite things in one book illustrated by #1 New York Times bestselling artist Pete Oswald!
Cole's wish comes true when he becomes an Assistant Knight to Sir Percival, his favorite Knight of King Arthur's Round Table. Cole learns how to ride a horse, swing a sword, cheer for Sir Percival when he goes to battle, and bandage his boo-boos when the battle is over. Cole loves practicing every skill a Knight-in-Training must master and he is determined to be granted knighthood.
Sir Percival is a great knight in every way, except for one thing: He is terrified that an Underwear Dragon will come and destroy the kingdom. But when the unthinkable happens, Cole is the only knight left standing (and just an assistant knight at that!) Cole must use all of his newly acquired skills to battle the fearsome dragon and avoid a catastrophe. Luckily, an unfortunate underwear mishap changes everything and Cole triumphs in this hilarious and triumphant tale!
Kids will recognize themselves in our pint-sized hero.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
SCOTT ROTHMAN is a writer of humor pieces and screenplays, including Draft Day and Army of One, both of which he cowrote with Rajiv Joseph. Scott is a graduate of Colby College and received an MFA in dramatic writing from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. His humor writing has appeared in various publications, including the New Yorker, GQ, Maxim, and McSweeney's. He lives in Connecticut with his wife and three children. This is his first picture book.