Goodnight, Dragons by Judith Roth

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Everyone needs a cuddle. Maybe dragons more than most.  These fire breathers are no match for the daring dragon tamer who arrives at bedtime to put them to sleep. Destined to become a classic bedtime story, Goodnight, Dragons is as warm and comforting as a steaming mug of hot cocoa.
 

About Judith Roth

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JUDITH L. ROTH was inspired to write Goodnight, Dragons thanks to her youngest son, who thinks dragons are much more interesting than any "real" animals. In addition to writing, she works part-time in school settings interpreting for hearing-impaired students. Born in California, she now lives in Elkhart, Indiana, with her husband and two sons.PASCAL LEMAITRE is the illustrator of Toni Morrison's bestselling Who's Got Game?: Three Fables, and Alison McGhee's Always, as well as many other books for children. His work has appeared in the New York Times, The New Yorker, and Time. He is Belgian, and eats chocolate every day. He and his family divide their time between Brussels, Belgium, and Brooklyn, New York.
 
Published February 14, 2012 by Hyperion Book CH. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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As the tale winds down, boy, dragons and many small creatures (duck, frog, rabbit, dog, bat, hedgehog, etc.) sip their hot chocolate and settle in.

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Getting tired, cranky dragons to settle down for the night is not for the fainthearted—especially when they announce themselves with a “smell like burnt toast” that “seeps through the trees.” It takes courage and cunning, but more importantly, it takes tenderness.

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But, as demonstrated by the wonderful little hero in Goodnight, Dragons, the best way to deal with a bully is to set an example of kindness, and treat them the way that you would want to be treated.

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