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A Dragon Goes to the Doctor

A Story About Doctor Visits (My Dragon Books - Volume 52)

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ISBN: 9781649161208

A Cute Story To Help Kids Overcome Fears of Visiting the Doctor (My Dragon Books – Volume 52)
Having a pet dragon is very fun! He can sit, rollover, and play…

He can candle a birthday cake, lit a campfire, or so many other cool things…

But what if he is scared to go to the Doctor?
What if he refuses to visit the Doctor's office because "I'm not sick"?
What if he's so scared of the Doctor that even simple checkups can become a major meltdown?
What if he's so scared of taking shots, getting vaccinated, temperature taken, eyes examined, ears checked, and much more?

What should you do?

You help him understand what happens when he goes to the Doctor.
You show him why he needs to get shots. You teach him the basics of doctor tools and the checkup procedures, and much more…so he no longer finds doctor visits scary…

How do you do that?

Get this book now and learn how!
Let your children learn with Diggory Doo the dragon what happens at the Doctor's office and why visiting the Doctor is necessary to stay healthy.

Fun, cute, and entertaining with beautiful illustrations and relatable stories, this is a must-have book for children, parents, and educators to help kids who are scared of Going to the Doctor.


Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
My nephew loved it

Great book, I'm going to buy more from the series.

Amazon Customer
It identified with various races

An excellent teaching tool for children

Great books!

These dragon books are wonderful, started them when my son was about 3 years old and he still requests them at 9 years old! Great lessons.

Briana Benn-Mirandi
Good preparation book for doctor-anxiety

The book gives a good overview of what a wellness visit looks like for children going to see their pediatrician. The only recommendation I have is that I wish the book mentioned that a doctor may need to look at a child's private parts, and that in the cases of medical examination, this is a safe experience and the child should not be afraid. I believe this particular issue is explored in Diggory's book on safe touch, but it might have been a good idea to touch on it in this book as well.


Working with children that have emotional and behavioural problems finding these books have been a great asset. This is a great book to read to children that have a fears of visiting the doctor. I have purchased quite a few from this series and this one has not been a disappointment.