The Misadventures of the Littlest Dragon tells of Harold, the spoiled young son of a knight in Merrie Olde England.
One day as Harold is throwing a tantrum he unintentionally frees an imprisoned fairy. As a reward for her freedom, she grants him a wish. He decides to use it to become a dragon. But it doesn’t turn out quite as the naughty child expected.
From one end of the village to the other he goes looking for how to make mischief. No matter what mean tricks Harold attempts in dragon form, they always turn into good deeds. What lesson do we learn from his misadventures? Perhaps that the power of goodness can always turn things around, so wouldn’t it be wiser to be our most helpful selves to begin with rather than trying to be a nasty fright?
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|Age Range:||4 - 10 Years|
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