Once upon a time there was a little dragon whose father wanted him to burn down the village . . .
Poor little Strokkur! He doesn’t WANT to be a fire-breathing beast—but his traditional dad insists that he do what dragons have always done: destroy all the houses in town. With no choice but to obey, he reluctantly sets out to the village. Then, he meets a boy, a teacher, and a kind fisherman who show him there’s more than one way to be a good dragon. Filled with humor and compassion, this story will enchant children and encourage them to love themselves for who they are.
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Alexandre Lacroix studied economics and philosophy at the Sorbonne in Paris. He is the director of Philosophie Magazine, a teacher of creative writing, and the author of novels for adults and picture books for children.
Ronan Badel has been described as “a genius of pencil and colours.” He is an illustrator of children’s books and comics, as well as a cartoonist.
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