Don't Judge a Lizard by His Scales

Don't Judge a Lizard by His Scales

by Dan Dugi




Everyone knows that lizards eat flies, but Bli the Fly and Danny the Wizard Lizard are willing to put their differences aside to become the best of friends.

Danny the Wizard Lizard goes on a fly-free diet as he sets out to prove that he is not like all the other lizards. During their quest for friendship, Danny the Wizard Lizard and Bli the Fly encounter the Lousy Lizard Gang, a no-good group of bullies. Danny the Wizard Lizard gives the first glimpse into why he is a Wizard Lizard by exhibiting special powers to stop the bullying that goes on at the movie theater. Witnessing his heroic act, Bli the Fly’s mother, Mrs. Fly, realizes that she misjudged this lizard, and Bli the Fly gets her first lesson in giving second chances.

Don’t Judge a Lizard by His Scales, Book One in The Principle Gang series by Dr. Dan and Bli Dugi, delivers lessons in anti-bullying, prejudice, and the value of friendships. The Principle Gang series introduces the foundational principles that guide families, relationships, and communities.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780989836203
Publisher: Dugi Group LLC
Publication date: 08/05/2014
Pages: 36
Product dimensions: 8.73(w) x 10.03(h) x 0.39(d)
Age Range: Up to 7 Years

About the Author

Dr. Dan and Bli Dugi bring to life in a vibrant way the messages that loving parents and grandparents have for centuries been conveying to their children, the importance of family, friendship, community, and fairness. After a combined fifty years of family practice experience as a Physician and Physician Assistant team, the Dugis have created a way to capture the hearts and minds of young children outside of the exam room. Welcome to the adventures of The Principle Gang.

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Don't Judge a Lizard by His Scales 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
reececo331 More than 1 year ago
Danny the lizard wants to be friends, with Bli the fly. But Bli's parents are afraid this book gives information in a silly format. teaching kids and parents the right ways to meet and understand new people especially those who are different from our selves.  The book gives Principles for kids * Ask permission of the parents to become friends with new neighbors or kids at school * let your parents know and approve of your friends * Introduce your parents to new friends, and ask if they can be given a chance * show kindness and give second chances Principles for parents *be involved in your kids friendships *find out who your kids are spending time with * keep an open mind * discuss and show loyalty, honesty and integrity
Autumn2 More than 1 year ago
We received this book to via NetGalley to give an honest review. So I was really excited to be able to review this book as it seemed to be a good one to read to learn a lesson. Even though the lesson is there, I felt as though the two characters Bli and Danny didn't talk in a way that the younger kids would connect with them.  K and I learned that you should give someone who is different a chance they may surprise you and they can become a good friend. Also let your parents know who you are hanging with so they can make sure they are good for you to be around. I have to say I liked the advice in the back rather than the story being told. This book wasn't truly what I was expecting it to be.