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What the community says about Oh No, Little Dragon!
- "My son first read this book in the library. If it was up to him we would have this book on permit check out. Last time we went to library someone else had checked it out and it wasn't available. He was in tears. Well I guess it's about time he had his own copy. Thank goodness we were able to find Oh No, Little Dragon! on Amazon. I can't wait to see how his little eyes light up when it arrives. This is his all time favorite book!"
- "Who doesn't love a dragon, especially a cute little guy like Little Dragon? Through several little adventures in this book, he learns how to rekindle his squelched fire and then how to control it. Of course, little ones won't get the more subtle hints that "fire" can also be read as "temper" or "indulgences" or "anxiety" or whatever...but they will get the idea, and this could be helpful if you have a little dragon of your own."
- "Jim Averbeck celebrates both the tremendous energy of a little boy and the tenderness shared between mother and child in this vibrant picture book that begs to be read aloud. The story is about a young dragon who loses his spark and must figure out how to get it back. The Charles Schulz like drawings (Little Dragon reminds me of Woodstock, who was always my favorite Peanuts character) combined with the dragon's very toddler-ques behavior really warmed my heart."
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