Creatures of Dawnia: Bad Dack

By Sam Savelli

Action & adventure, Children's, Short stories | eBook


Could Dack, the pterodactyl, really eat his best friend Fuzz the mouse? Maddie is sure that she saw exactly that happen before her eyes. Read this story, as well as reading about Maddie's adventures on the farm and Dula's struggle with a pair of arguing elves. This is the fourth 'Creatures of Dawnia' book, containing three stories that have been published online at www.dawniacity.com. Plus, this ebook includes an exclusive bonus story, 'The Painting of Terror', in which Dougle must face up to his fears in order to save his painting masterpiece.




Sam Savelli is a children's writer, and creator of the internet series 'Creatures of Dawnia' for children. He first came up with ‘Creatures of Dawnia’ at the age of 12 years old, and, over the next seven years, Sam wrote and created over one hundred stories. In 2016, he finally decided that it was time to publish the stories for a larger audience, so Sam set up the website dawniacity.com and began publishing the stories online. Aside from ‘Creatures of Dawnia’, Sam continues to work on a number of other writing projects. He aspired to become a writer from a young age, and plans to devote more time to his writing after completing his degree at the University of Warwick.


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Sam Savelli is a children's writer, and creator of the internet series 'Creatures of Dawnia' for children. He first came up with ‘Creatures of Dawnia’ at the age of 12 years old, and, over the next seven years, Sam wrote and created over one hundred stories. In 2016, he finally decided that it was time to publish the stories for a larger audience, so Sam set up the website dawniacity.com and began...


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