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How I Did It (Peace Dragon) Hardcover – April 4, 2017
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About the Author
Linda Ragsdale wants everyone to be a dragon, a Peace Dragon that is! As an author, illustrator, international speaker, and peace teacher, Linda has developed her Peace Dragon series to teach us how to harness our fiery energy into a peaceful and productive outlet by owning our human powers of view, voice, and choice. Linda invites you to be a peace dragon ambassador and join the 30,000 students she has taught around the world!
Anoosha Syed is a freelance illustrator and concept artist for animation. She is a graduate of Ceruleum Ecole d'arts Visuels in Switzerland, and she currently lives in Toronto. When Anoosha isn't drawing for work, she's drawing for fun!
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The letters of the alphabet exclaim with words beginning with their letter: G = good grief; E = take it easy; W = What's wrong with wondering? wondered W.
The gist of the story is that we can be different from what we are perceived to be. And that is certainly true. We should as parents and adults, though, be careful to help our young charges to understand that living by the rules is just as important as realizing our own full potential.
A delightful book. Well done, colorful, and nice and sturdy.
The author's use of words and letters (A saw what C saw) is tickle-your-funny-bone delightful.
DISCLOSURE: I received complimentary complimentary copies to facilitate a review. Opinions are my own and freely given. Giveaway copies are provided via publicist and publisher.
The illustrations give each of the letters character and show whether they are happy, angry, shocked, or confused. Kids will find this story silly, but there is a hidden message that will hopefully sink in...seeing other's point of view and that maybe doing something a different way is ok. This book offers a really simple way to share an important message and would be great for elementary classrooms.
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.
This delightful tale of independence is hilarious. The pun on words with the appropriate letters are fun and engaging. Readers will root for the letter I in what he is trying to accomplish. Colorful illustrations sum up the story and its characters. Simple sentence structures are easy to follow for beginner readers. This is a great tool for teaching the alphabet and teaching children about being independent. Parents and caregivers can discuss with the children some of the things they can do all by themselves.