The Popcorn Dragon

The Popcorn Dragon

Book - 1989
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Though his hot breath is the envy of all the other animals, a young dragon learns that showing off does not make friends.
Publisher: New York : Morrow Junior Books, [1989], ©1989
ISBN: 9780688088767
0688088767
Branch Call Number: FICTION Tha
Description: 32 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: McCue, Lisa

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Dexter the dragon shows off so much that his friends are all tired of him--until he finds something fun to do with all that hot air.


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Julia_Lit_Teacher
Aug 27, 2016

My sons have both loved dragons and this book does not disappoint. The pictures are humorous and they learn a little lesson about being a friend to others rather than showing off what they can do. I think it's a good book for this generation of children as I don't even hear the term "showing off" anymore - my grandma used to tell me not to show off when I was a child but it's a good reminder to teach that to my own children.

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