The Obnoxious Dragon: A Personalized Dragon Story for Kids!
The Little Hero rescues a fairy tale kingdom, which is being terrorized by an insult-hurling dragon. The Little Hero stands up to the bullying dragon, restoring peace to the land. During this adventure, children learn about personal courage, compassion and forgiveness.
- Name of your dragon-taming child
- Custom illustrations of your child
- Personalized photo and book dedication
- A rhyme-filled story that will amuse adults and kids alike!
- 4 - 8
- 8.5" x 9.5"
- Available Fall 2017
- Available Fall 2017
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One of the best books by far. Just wished the girl character could look a little more girly.
Jenna | - | Apr 11, 2013
This has been my daughter's favorite book this Christmas. The pictures are cute, the rhymes funny and there is an important lesson about bullying for kids.
Sue | Washington | Dec 27, 2012
My Daughter LOVED this book, every time we get to the part where she squares her shoulders, my daughter stands up points her finger and recites, stop being mean and say your sorry. This is definitely her favourite book. Thanks.
Katherine | Ottawa, ON | Aug 13, 2012
As a child my father bought me a book that had a frog character with my name; that memory stays with me to this day - decades later. I love this idea! I am POSITIVE my son will remember this book forever.
Jerry Strach | - | Nov 19, 2011
A fun little book, with great repetition and challenging words. Core themes are a must for kids. I have this on our "recommended" elementary library bookshelf!
Janiene Halse | - | Nov 18, 2009
My son absolutely loves his book! He's read it three days straight, even using it to look up the spelling for writing out his birthday wish list. Personalized books are a great idea, especially for black kids, as most literature and cartoons available always portray the hero as white.
Andreas Bothner | South Africa | Sep 07, 2009
I read this to my kindergarten class and they loved it. Everybody wanted their name as the Little Hero in the story!The kids were very quiet during the 'serious' parts and laughed during the rhyming parts. Some words needed to be explained to them, but this helps their language development.
Alla Ostrovsky | Toronto | Jun 05, 2009