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Once Upon A Dragon: Stranger Safety For Kids (and Dragons)

Once Upon A Dragon Stranger Safety

Kids Can Press

Author: Jean E Pendziwol

Written by Jean E Pendziwol and it is published by Kids Can Press. The child's book was available on the 1st of February, 2006. The book is 32 pages long. To obtain your own copy of this child's book for your children, visit the market button.

After a thump-bumping ride on a slide, a tiny girl and her dragon friend find themselves inside a fairy-tale book. And it's as much as the girl to preserve an eye on the dragon, who walks alone through deep dark woods and takes treats from folks he doesn't know. Little by little, the girl teaches her irrepressible friend to create to be careful about strangers. The stories are familiar, and there's lots of silly fun as the dragon is transformed into fairy-tale characters. But danger lurks in the form of strangers -- which consists of the hungry wolf from"Little Red Riding Hood"and Snow White's evil stepmother. The winning combination of fairy-tale adventure and concrete safety information -- such as the Dragon's Stranger Safety Rhyme in addition to the checklist of guidelines at the end from the book -- give the perfect starting point for discussions with children about stranger safety.


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