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Jean E. Pendziwol. The Tale of Sir Dragon
Kids Can Press $6.95  ISBN 978-1-55453-136-3  32 pg.
Reviewed by Melissa, Age 14

Bullying is never okay, not even if a dragon is the victim. Dragons are people too, and they deserve to play knights just like all the other human boys! Will the dragon be able to play the game, or will the bullies get to him first?

The Tale of Sir Dragon is a great way of teaching a child about bullying, so that they can help prevent it, and learn not to be bullies themselves. This vivid children’s book is a good learning process for children. It is an artistic story that attracts the eye and the mind. The rhyming word scheme is just another good way to get the prospect of bullying across to the reader. There are plenty of facts within the story, and at the back of the book. The cover of the book is interesting, and would make a reader look twice for sure.

The Tale of Sir Dragon is recommended for children between the ages of 3 –7, but I think that kids as old as ten will appreciate the theme, too.

This reviewer gives The Tale of Sir Dragon five shining stars.


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