Eric and his Mini-Dragon, Pan, decide to enter a competition for young filmmakers. If only they had something better to film on than Mom's old cell phone. Then Toby steps in, offering to lend Eric some equipment, and before long he has taken over the project completely. Can Pan work behind the scenes to bring Eric's original vision to life?
Eric and Pan the Mini-Dragon love going to the movies. So when they hear about a short film competition, they jump at the chance to make a movie. But before they can say LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION! nightmare neighbor Toby shows up. And he has Hollywood dreams of his own....
After being found in a take-out container Pan, the Mini-Dragon, joins his new friend Eric on hilarious adventures that are anything but boring!
About the Author
Tom Nicoll has been writing since he was in school, where he enjoyed trying to fit in as much silliness in his essays as he could possibly get away with. When not writing, he enjoys playing video games (especially the ones where he gets beaten by kids half his age from all over the world). He is also a big comedy, TV, and movie nerd. Tom lives just outside Edinburgh, Scotland, with his wife and two daughters.
Sarah Horne grew up in Derbyshire, England, and spent much of her childhood scampering in the nearby fields with a few goats. An illustrator for more than 15 years, she started her illustration career working freelance for newspapers and magazines. When not at her desk, Sarah loves running, painting, photography, cooking, movies, and a good stomp up a hill. She can currently be found giggling under some paper in her London studio.