Children can imagine all kinds of things. Ordinary creatures—like bugs—become more alive than they ever could in the real world.
In author Jacki Alsip’s book, Logan and the Dragonfly, six-year-old Logan spends the weekend with his grandmother. She loves to garden, and tells him about gardening and the bugs, mainly dragonflies and mosquitoes, that visit the garden. Her stories make Logan imagine huge, flying bugs—especially a dragonfly.
Follow Logan as his imagination takes him on an adventure only a little boy could have. Logan and the Dragonfly may just make you think of everyday things in a new way.