Max And The Red Haired Dragon

Max And The Red Haired Dragon

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Overview

Max & the Red haired Dragon
It�s a lovely story that teaches our kids that we are all equal in the eyes of Mother Nature and not to judge people by their color, gender or appearance .
It�s a story of a little Red Haired boy named Max that wants to find out why he is different because he has red hair. Every morning before going to kindergarten he meets a red haired dragon named Gabriel .They become friends and decides to go on a quest to find out why they are different. On the way they meet a Tiger, a Frog , Rabbit, Red Fox, Horse, a Flamingo and an Orangutan with the same question why are they all red .
At their quest Max discover that all animals and people have more in common than not and he shares the knowledge with his friends, Two eyes one mouth one heart that pumps red blood to every part of the body .
The lesion is simple;. Don�t judge people by their color, looks or gender, judge them what is in their hearts and mind .
Kids love the story because it teaches them that we all belong to the same human race. The illustrations were created to merge the words and pictures as one.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150532526
Publisher: Knoll Publishing Inc
Publication date: 11/16/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 80
File size: 5 MB
Age Range: 6 - 8 Years

About the Author

Amos Knoll is an established author, having written books of inspiration such as The Chubby Conqueror, which is now under talks with producers and a director to create a movie by the same name. The book was written as a rally point to help fight the obesity epidemic.
Amos� other books such as The Flower That Could Not Talk shows our kids that being handicapped and unable to speak should not stop you from appreciating Mother Nature. It teaches kids that their whole life is not based on television, video games, and computers. There is whole word out there waiting to be appreciated by you.
Amos is the author of 16 books. He is also the founder and president of Trimland Inc., and the founder and chairman of the board of Children Obesity Foundation a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created to help fight the obesity epidemic.
He not only writes books of encouragement, he also does his part with Children Obesity Foundation by teaching kids about a healthy lifestyle. He is fully active as an author and, while running the foundation, he takes only a $1.00 salary per year in return. Amos feels that, sometimes in life, we must give back, whether in wealth or experience, what we learned from life.
With a business acumen developed from Wall Street, Amos spent most of his adult life as a builder/developer, later financing projects all over the United States, including an international import/export company.
Originally Israeli-born during WWII in 1943, Amos moved to Vienna, Austria, at age 5 and finally to Brooklyn, New York, at age 10. Despite the fact that he was mugged, shot, drowned, lost a kidney, and has seen the evil that men can do in his travels around the world, Amos is a firm believer that he is the luckiest man alive because things could always be worse! Despite being fully grounded in reality, Amos, the eternal optimist, always finds the best in life and the best in people.
Today, Amos is an established author, writing books such as The Flower That Could Not Talk and The Chubby Conqueror that you can find on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, some libraries etc. Others are currently in the works.

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