That's What Wings Are For by Patrick Guest

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There are three things that all respectable dragons need: strong wings for flying, strong lungs for breathing fire, and strong, shiny scales to guard them from the dragon slayers. But Bluey the Dragon has none of these things. Even so, Bluey has other abilities, some of them truly wonderful—if only he can work out what they are! That's What Wings Are For is a touching fable about discovering that thing that you do the best, and finding a way to do it.

About Patrick Guest

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Patrick Guest was inspired to write That's What Wings Are For when his son was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystropy. This is his first picture book. Daniella Germain is the illustrator of Snap!
Published May 7, 2015 by Hardie Grant Books. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife.

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PreS-Gr 2—After Bluey the dragon hugs another dragon, he gets his wings tied to prevent it from happening again. His wings are too floppy to fly, and he wonders if he is a real dragon. After he goes on a long, dangerous journey, Bluey meets a wise lizard and a brave boy. His

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