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The hero of Adventures of the Little Green Dragon is a kind, friendly, brave, loving guide who can help young children become aware of their own sense of self-worth and bolster their own self-esteem. Children will identify with the Little Green Dragon's attempts to understand himself and to do the right thing. In ten adventures they'll learn such values as seeing beyond appearances, being true to themselves, settling disagreements peacefully, helping and loving others, and knowing God as the source of all that is. The engaging full-color illustrations perfectly capture the fairy tale domain of the Little Green Dragon and the old-fashioned charm, warmth, humor, and love in the stories. A Wee Wisdom book.
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Adventures of the Little Green Dragon, published in 1999 by Unity House, was named the best children's book in the 2000 Benjamin Franklin Awards Competition.
The Franklin Awards Competition, sponsored by the Publishers Marketing Association, is an annual book competition that recognizes excellence in the publishing industry. Unity House was recognized at a special program June 3 at the BookExpo America in Chicago.
"It is a great honor and privilege to be recognized with this wonderful award," said Allen Liles, senior director of Unity House. "It is also a testament to Unity's commitment to providing quality spiritual resources for children, teens, adults and senior adults. You don't have to be a child to enjoy the story of the Little Green Dragon!"
Written by Mari Privette Ulmer and illustrated by Mary Kurnick Maass, the story contains ten charmning tales about the adventures and misadventures of the most appealing and likeable Little Green Dragon. He is a kind, friendly, brave and loving guide who helps young children become aware of their self-worth and bolster their self esteem.
The stories, expecially selected for this book, were among the most beloved Little Green Dragon tales that first appeared in Unity's Wee Wisdom magazine from 1969-1972. A "Learning from the Little Green Dragon" study guide follows the stories, which can be used to help engage children in discussions about the adventures and how the lessons can be applied to life situations.
This is the second award that the book has won. In 1999, The Adventures of the Little Green Dragon was named a finalist in the Visionary Awards by the Coalition of Visionary Retailers.
Unity House is an independent publishers that produces inspirational and uplifting "Spiritual Resources for Daily Living," including books, audio books, compact discs, video cassettes and other materials. Unity House is an imprint of Unity Books and Multimedia, which has been providing materials to readers and listeners since 1889.About the Author:
Mari Privette Ulmer's Little Green Dragon stories originally appeared in Wee Wisdommagazine from 1969 to 1972. Ms. Ulmer is an attorney and the author of Sign Here, a book of contract law for consumers, as well as many articles and stories for periodicals. She is also a mystery writer and a member of Southwest Writers.
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