You can ask him to light your campfire on a camping trip…
Or you can tell him to candle a birthday cake, and many other cool things…
But what if your dragon is always afraid to try new things?
Whether it’s learning to swim, eating new food, talking to new friends, or try to learn a new skill set, he always refuses, and always says “Tomorrow!”
What do you do?
You teach him to overcome his fears! You teach him to embrace change, get out of his comfort zone, see what he’s missing, and to have fun!
Get this book now and learn how!
Fun, cute and entertaining with beautiful illustrations, this is a must have book for children and parents/teachers to teach kids not to be afraid of changes, and encourage them to explore new skills and expand their comfort zone.
Ironically, my girls won't try new books anymore because they want this one night after night
Which I suppose is a glowing review in and of itself. Personally, I think Diggory is particularly adorable in this book (his expressions when he tries the broccoli and rides the bike are precious). I can't say for sure that it's because of the dragon books, but since we started reading them, my super stubborn four-year-old has really become more flexible.
Topic and how it's handled is spot on! Thank you!
Dragon books speak to so many important issues in a manner children understand and that grandparents appreciate.
Great new find!
My kids are really making some connections with these books, I found a nice selection of them at our local library. Great messages without being too heavy and they love looking at the last page so we can figure out which book to read next!
Dragon Books Are Awesome!
These books are wonderful for teaching life skills for my 6 year old! I also read them to my class as a social skills lesson. We have 3 and love each one!