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The Wolf and the Baby Dragon by Avril McDonald
  

The Wolf and the Baby Dragon

Avril McDonald

Part of the Feel Brave Series Series

Synopsis

The Wolf and the Baby Dragon by Avril McDonald

Part of The five Feel Brave series of books which help children deal with: confidence issues; change, loss and grief; managing anxiety and fears; and bullying. When Wolfgang and his friends learn about a cave where a baby dragon has hatched in a nest they quickly run off to find it. But sadly Wolfgang gets left behind. His bag is full of heavy worries that are making him slow and he just can't let go of them. When Wolfgang trips and falls, Spider shows him how to take a rest from his worries for a while and that if he can share them, they will be easier to manage. Suitable for children aged 4-7 years.

About the Author

Avril McDonald has a Diploma of Education from Wellington College of Education, New Zealand, where she trained as a primary school teacher majoring in music and dance. She has had a varied career in digital entertainment. She launched Feel Brave to help teachers and parents find solutions to help children learn to deal with their emotions and to reach their potential. Illustrated by Tatiana Minina who is a Massachusetts based visual artist and illustrator. She studied art in Vladikavkaz, Russia. Her full-time artistic career started in 2010 after she relocated to the United States. Tatiana works in watercolour, acrylic, oil, ink, pencil and digital media. She specialises in illustrating children's books.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Avril McDonald
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Publisher

Crown House Publishing

Publication date

20th May 2016

ISBN

9781785830211


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