Book Blitz and Giveaway (and there are dragons!)

Large banner. On the left: Magical Elements of The Periodic Table Presented Alphabetically by The Elemental Dragons. By Sybrina Durant.
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Magical Elements of the Periodic Table, Book 2
By Sybrina Durant

Children’s Picture Book / STEM / Chemistry
Publisher: Sybrina Publishing
Page Count: 44
Publication Date: March 9, 2024

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Small banner with wordage: Synopsis
Book Cover: The Elemental Dragons. Eight colorful dragons against a dark green background.

In this unique alphabet book, members of the Elemental Dragon Clan present 26 Magical Elements of the Periodic Table in alphabetical order. Each member of the clan has an element-tipped tail. They also have magical powers based on the properties of their metals. There are no more perfect groups than unicorns and dragons to familiarize yourself with elements from the Periodic Table. Their theme is: “No Metal — No Magic. . .and No Technology.”

Antz starts the adventure n science by introducing the very necessary metal, Antimony on his element page. Zora rounds out the alphabet by presenting scientific facts and other fun information about the metal, Zirconium.

In all, readers will get some great insight into the properties of 26 elements from the periodic table. Each page is full of amazing facts and tons of FUN. There’s a Magical Elemental themed periodic table, too!

This unique book will help tweens, teens and anyone else quickly absorb the elements of the Periodic Table.

No Metal,
No Magic…
And No Technology.
It’s Techno-Magical!


Interior pages with images of dragons and more.
Small banner with wordage: Review

There is a lot to like in this charming, informative book that teaches science via these cute and colorful dragons.

The facts about the elements on the periodic table covered in this book are presented in short bits of wordage that’s easily understood, with an accompanying illustration that helps firm up that understanding. Sometimes a picture truly is worth a thousand words. 😊

Students can open this book to find all kinds of fascinating information like this about carbon: It’s considered the universe’s weirdest molecule because of their structure that resembles a soccer ball. What a perfect image, especially for people well acquainted with that sport. “And because carbon forms more compounds than any other element, it is sometimes called the ‘King of the elements.’”

Who wouldn’t want to be king?

Each dragon has a magical power based on the element they represent. Some can start fires and others, like Jazzy Jalin can paint pictures with her tail that is tipped in Neon.

Combining learning with dragons and magic is a perfect way to teach.

As with the previous offering to learn about scientific elements presented by the magical unicorns, I enjoyed reading this book a lot. What a perfect way to learn some science without having to read a heavy textbook. The hard sciences were never my thing when I was in high school or college – social sciences were of much more interest – but if I’d had a book like this, I might have been more receptive to the idea of learning about the periodic table.

This book is sure to appeal to kids today who may be as reluctant to dig into hard science as I was.

The illustrations are lovely and so perfect for the content of the narrative they’re paired with. This is truly a wonderful blending of science and art and a great way to teach young and old about these elements. Highly recommended for schools, as well as a resource to have at home.

Small banner with wordage: About the Author
Graphic image of the author headshot. Woman with shoulder-length brown hair wearing a blue blouse.

Sybrina Durant is a unicorn author and entrepreneur. In addition to books, she offers unicorn-themed activities, t-shirts, and more. Plus, she has pulled together a collection of nearly all the unicorn books available today from hundreds of authors. They are categorized on her website by Little Kid, Middle Kid, and Teen Unicorn Books.




Giveaway Graphic: Signed paperback and poster. Cover image on the left. The Elemental Dragons. Eight colorful dragons against a dark green background.

Signed paperback of Magical Elements of The Periodic Table, Book 2 and 24 x 36 poster of the Periodic Table
(US only; ends midnight, CDT, 5/2/24)


Large Banner. Wordage on left: Magical Elements of the Periodic Table Presented Alphabetically by The Elemental Dragons. 
Wordage in middle: No metal - no magic ... and no technology. It's Techno-Magical 
Book cover image on right.



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4 thoughts on “Book Blitz and Giveaway (and there are dragons!)”

    1. Making the science so easily accessible is the key to these books. Can’t wait to see what comes next and what magical creatures appear.

  1. Ah…yes, Cole is the king so this little dragon wears a crown. My favorite thing about carbon is that it purifies both air and water. We are fortunate to have such an element in our world. Thanks so much for your wonderful review and for sharing space on your blog to let your readers know about Magical Elements of the Periodic Table Presented Alphabetically by the Elemental Dragons. I appreciate it! 🙂

    1. You’re welcome, Sybrina. Your books are so clever and engaging. Happy to spread the word. And happy to be able to learn things. Always a student. 🙂

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