“The Adventures of Samba Rat & Friends in Sherman the Last Dragon”, an enjoyable read that tells of a group of woodland friends and their journey to help a mysterious and fantastical creature that they discover to safety, comes in the new book by Steven and Mary Munsie, founders of young people’s acting company, the Young Shakespearian Repertory Ensemble, at the Shakespeare Society of America’s Globe Playhouse, West Hollywood.
The story, perfect for young readers, shows that even in the face of danger, the power of love and friendship can triumph: “Four woodland friends—Samba Rat; Peter Porcupine; Squirrely, a scout camp mascot; and Cindy, a ladybug—returning home from a spring picnic are caught in a storm and discover a large mysterious egg hidden in an ancient tree. When it hatches into a baby dragon, the four friends are set upon an adventure to find the little creature a home.
The four friends are joined by Kitty Joy, a young master scout who first tracks them and then joins them on their adventure to find a mysterious hidden sanctuary and save Sherman, the Last Dragon.”