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The "Roller Coaster Dragon" has come to Dragonland, and Emmy, Max, and their dragon friends can't wait for a ride. When they're forced to wait in line for an agonizing 10 minutes, Wheezie's impatience is almost unbearable. Can the group help Wheezie learn to wait patiently? Max's anger is out of control in "The Fury Is Out on This One"--it's so hard being young and outmatched in every Dragonland game. In his rage, Max accidentally releases a fury, a little monster that feeds on anger and can only be kept in control by taming one's temper. Quetzal, Emmy, and Zak offer helpful suggestions on anger management, but only Max can put them into practice. "Quetzal's Magic Pop-Up Book" opens the gateway to a world where imagination magically becomes reality. Emmy, Max, and the dragons are enthusiastic participants, but the group soon finds that its impetuous imaginings lead straight to chaos. A little plot planning and turn taking results in a more ordered story that satisfies everyone. Two fun dragon tunes separate the three episodes: "Pretend" stresses the strength of imagination and pretending, and "Zoo" encourages lots of active animal impersonations. What a great way to teach kids ages 3 to 7 about imagination, patience, anger management, and cooperation. --Tami HoriuchiFrom the Back Cover:
Dragon Tales: Let's Play Together contains three episodes:
"Roller-Coaster Dragon"--The kids arrive in Dragon Land just in time to ride the roller-coaster dragon. When they find out the ride is full, Wheezie, who's been excited about the ride for weeks, has a hard time waiting for the next one. Just when it seems nothing will take Wheezie's mind off the roller-coaster, Emmy suggests playing her favorite game, patty-cake, and Wheezie discovers that the best things are very often worth the wait.
"Fury Is Out on This One"--Max is "It" in a competitive game of Dragon Tag. He races around in hot pursuit of the others, but they delight in remaining just out of reach. He gets angry, hurls a pinecone-like pod, and out pops Fury, an intimidating little man with steam rising from his head. The madder Max gets, the bigger (and happier) Fury becomes, until his Dragon friends teach him a few tricks to let off some steam.
"Quetzal's Magic Pop-Up Book"--Quetzal pulls out his special magic book that allows the kids and dragons to go inside its blank pages, where they can create and become part of tales that come to life just by thinking about them. Once inside, however, all start thinking different thoughts at once and chaos ensues. Zak derails Emmy's wild jungle adventure with his leisurely tea party, which is then interrupted by a humongous watermelon that Ord conjures up. They soon realize that by taking turns, everyone's story gets to be heard.
Dragon Tales: Let's Play Together also features two songs: "Pretend" and "Zoo."
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