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Teach Your Dragon to Make Friends

A Dragon Book To Teach Kids How To Make New Friends. A Cute Children Story To Teach Children About Friendship and Social Skills (My Dragon Books - Volume 16)

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ISBN: 9781948040433

A Cute Dragon Book To Teach Kids How To Make Friends

Your Children Will Immediately Understand The Importance of Friendship, How To Make New Friends, and How To Improve Their Friendship and Social Skills.

Having a pet dragon is very fun.

You can teach your dragon to sit, stand, roll over, and you can even potty train him...

But what if your dragon feels lonely because he doesn’t have many friends. What if he’s sad because he nobody wants to play with him?

What do you do?

You teach him how to make friends!

How do you do it? - Get this book now and find out how!

Fun, cute and entertaining with beautiful illustrations, this playful dragon book is a must read to help kids understand the art of making friends.


Customer Reviews

Based on 48 reviews
Angela Arnold

Love it

4 yr old LOVES THESE

These books are awesome. Truly great life lessons toned down and made entertaining to capture the imagination and leave a lasting impression.

Sean F.
Helped my 4 year old

Was having an issue with minor lying from my 4-year-old. The book was a great way to explain, in age-appropriate terms and in a way that didn't make her feel like she was in trouble, what lying is and why it is not something to continue to do.

Fantastic book!

Diggory Doo is absolutely precious! The flow of the story is easy to follow. My daughter was 3 when we first got the book and she still loves it! These books prompt conversations and she loves to point out when the dragon does good things vs. not so good. We are excited to buy other books in this series!!

Chris L
counselor approved

Im a child psychologist and mother of 3 kids. when my 4 year old was struggling making friends at school we read this book and practiced the dragons skills together. He came home the next day and enthusiastically reported he made a new friend. This is a lovely story with good examples of what not to do and how to behave to make new friends. I will likely begin to use this book in my clinical work with young kids struggling with social skills and recommend to parents.