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Kojo the Sea Dragon Gets Lost - Fully illustrated eBook (Bedtime Stories Children's Books for Early & Beginner Readers) Kindle Edition
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From the Author
Fast forward to the year 2013 and I'm searching my hard drive for a letter I need to send to someone. I then stumble on this document titled 'Kojo the Sea Dragon.' I open it, have a read and I get excited at the potential to transform this idea into a book. 'Kojo the Sea Dragon Gets Lost' is the result of a 'bookless' train journey many, many years ago.
I guess the moral of this story is to always save your ideas and perhaps resort to writing if you find yourself without a book on a train journey.
- File size : 4106 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Pen-n-a-Pad Publishing (November 13, 2013)
- Print length : 32 pages
- Publication date : November 13, 2013
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00FNDROSU
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,382,055 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Kojo is an unusual sea dragon who lives in the Zakari River with his family. Kojo loves to play hide and seek with his friends. The Zakari River is vast with lots of places to explore. However, not all the places in the river are safe for little dragons. Kojo's mother tells him that the Southside of the River is dangerously deep. She tells him to never go there because he may never be found.
Kojo is a very large dragon and hiding is somewhat difficult, but this time he is determined not to be found. Ignoring his mother's warning Kojo ventures far from home and soon realizes he is in the Southside of the river. Will Kojo be lost forever?
Kojo's misfortune teaches children the importance of following rules. Kojo figures out, the hard way, his parents weren't trying to restrict his fun they only wanted to keep him safe. This is a valuable lesson for children of all ages. Kojo also discovers the importance of friendship and how far others will go to help a friend in need.
I highly recommend picking up a copy of Kojo the Sea Dragon Gets Lost.
The "creatures" in the book are just adorable; not your usual sea creatures. It's a charming story where Kojo learns again the lesson that he needs to be carefully about following his parents instructions and that failure to do so will always lead to trouble. He also learned that our parents love us even when we make mistakes, a very important lesson for our children.
If there was one thing I would change about this book it would be the font.It was a little troublesome for me to read and especially hard for my granddaughter. But the book is so fun, it makes this a very small criticism.
Janice Limb Myers, Author
Carolee Sings in the Christmas Choir: A Christmas Story for Children of All Ages (Adventures of Carolee) (Volume 1)
It's a touching story of a little sea dragon doing what little sea dragons do. Playing. Trying to win by hiding in the deepest darkest placse imaginable. Kojo has the thoughts and feelings that children have. I can see bits and pieces of Kojo in my children.
I really loved this story because the entire community knew Kojo and his friends, paid attention to what was happening around them - and then left their daily lives to help his parents search from (closed stores, left jobs, etc). It's a great story to teach all of us what it means to be a community!
I received a copy of the ebook for the purpose of this review, but the opinions stated herein are 100% my own.
I don't know about the Walrus with a coffeee shop, or the Octopus' Hair salon, but I suppose they would stimulate the Story Teller's imagination when asked to explain!
Now I notice that the frontiers of space have invaded the watery depths too. It would be scary to anyone to find themselves being sucked in to a 'Black Hole!'
Great story line, terrific illustrations and cover, well done!