How to Dress a Dragon by Thelma Lynne Godin

Children and parents will be able to relate to the fight/difficulty of getting little ones dressed. Children can be very particular about what they wear, but the roles in this story are switched. The child is acting as the parent who is trying to dress a pet dragon.

The illustrations by Eric Barclay are welcoming to children of all ages. They were done with pencil on paper and then colored digitally. They have a very child-like feel to them, adding to the whimsical nature of the book.

The speech bubbles add an element of conversation and play between the characters. Children will be sure to get giggles out of this story, and parents might be able to relate their own difficulty dressing their children.


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