Sometime Parents can be creative too
This Children's book proves that sometimes parents have "Creative ways" to deal with everyday behavior.
It is written in a poetry style with lots of humor and a great moral at the end
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I'm A Dragon based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Not only did it look like a fun read, it looked like an interesting read. The book starts out with a little boy exploring his imagination! As the book goes on, the little boy explores all things a dragon can do. Ron clearly is not a little boy anymore. He can only do things big powerful dragons would do. Ron tells his father over and over what he is going to do, because he is 'a big scary dragon'. Ron's dad plays along for a bit, but there comes that point that all parents have... and he reaches his limit. Ron's dad has a secret... Dragon-Dad appears! Dragon-Dad is three times bigger than Dragon-Kid. Ron had to think for a moment, but it was clear, there would be no more Dragon-Kid, because being rude, mean, and scary is fun. Ron learned a valuable lesson, and in the end, he cherishes his love for his dad the most. Candice's Review: There are not many "father-focused" books out there! This is exactly my husband. He will play along, and go with the flow, but sometimes children like to push those buttons farther, and that is where a daddy needs to draw the line. I loved how Sigal wrote Ron's lines, and how she drew in dad's frustration. And in the end, how the love Ron felt, and the memories he remembered overshadowed all else. Sometimes being a dragon is fun, but being a respectful dragon is important. High five stars for Family Morals, Educational Value, Creativity, and Imagination. Five stars for the illustrator as well. Each picture is bright, descriptive, and fits to the story perfectly.