Limit Your Dragon’s Screen Time

Help Your Dragon Break His Tech Addiction. A Cute Story to Teach Kids to Balance Life and Technology (My Dragon Books - Volume 30)

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ISBN: 9781950280049

Having a pet dragon is very fun!

He can sit, roll over, and play…

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

Having a pet dragon is the greatest thing you can ever dream of…

UNTIL he has a little sister… that’s when things will turn upside down!

ONE dragon living in your house is tough, but now there are TWO!

Your dragon doesn’t like his little sister. Not even one tiny bit…

He doesn’t want to share his toys. He’d taunt and tease his little sister. He’d be jealous and afraid that you love the little sister more…

And too much other sibling rivalry that you have to deal with…

What should you do?

You show him that siblings is the greatest gift we could ever have…

You teach your dragon about sibling relationships, how to get along, how to be patient, kind, and how to love his sister.

But How?

Get this book and learn how!

Fun, cute, and entertaining with beautiful illustrations, this is a must have book for children, parents and teachers to teach kids about Sibling Relationships.

GET THIS BOOK NOW AND ENJOY!

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Elbow
helpful lesson

given as a gift to grandson. he read several pages aloud to me. we talked out the reaction from Diggory's friend.

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Devin S.
Great for this day in age!!

Definitely recommend especially if you have one that struggles with screen time. Got this for our 8 yr old and it was easy to understand and shed light on the "issue" that too much screen time can cause. Highly recommend.

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Katherine
Love it

My children and I love this little dragon and this book.

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kathleen dugganhill
They make you think about solving your problems

Hi Mr. Herman, I am in 1st grade at Chesterfield Elementary School in Chesterfield, New Jersey. My grammie ordered me the Limit Your Screen Time book. We read it together. It gave me lots of ideas of stuff to do. I really loved the illustrations of Diggers Doo. His name always makes me giggle. I liked the book so much that my grammie let me pick out more from the list at the back of the book.Yesterday I started baseball and I was really scared because I didn't know anyone. My grammie got out the Anxiety book. It made my anxiety a lot less. I have more books to read and I can't wait.Thanks for sending the how to draw Diggers Doo sheets. I am practicing.All kids need to read your books. I forgot to tell you that I look like Diggory's friendThank you for writing these book,Sean Lynch

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Louis S. Sroka
Great for Digital Citizenship Week or Internet Safety Week

The story about the dragon spending all his time on his device and ignoring the world around him was a great book to read to my 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders during Internet Safety week. With my students using their devices in school and for homework, we talked about limiting our screen time. After the story each student used either storyboardthat.com or flipgrid to tell us what they like to do when they are not using their electronic devices. Nicely written, easy to read the entire class, every student could relate to the storyline.