The Angry Dragon is formatted properly so it takes up the entire screen in landscape mode, so is like reading an actual physical open book where you see both the left and right pages at once. The text and illustrations therefore appear on the pages together like they should, unlike a lot of Kindle picture book authors who can't be bothered to take the time to format their work and reading them is like a mess. Some earlier reviews claim the formatting with things such as image size wasn't great, and maybe it wasn't when they read it, but the book displays great now. I always like to take the time to acknowledge those who care enough about their readers and their own work to make sure everyone enjoys it to the fullest potential.
The story itself though I didn't think was great. I found the dragon character to be a real jerk and don't really get why the kid would want to be friends with him. If this had been a story where perhaps the dragon looked on as the kid played with other creatures and got teary or something, had a think about it's behaviour, apologized to the kid and begged for a second chance at friendship, then maybe I would have seen the point to it. I also didn't think the kid acted like a kid would either in behaviour or dialogue.