The Tale of Sir Dragon

The Tale of Sir Dragon

Dealing With Bullies for Kids (and Dragons)

Book - 2007
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Grand Central Pub
Setting out from Camp Camelot in search of a noble quest, a girl and her dragon friend cross swords with a bully of a knight. The bully says the dragon is too big, tall and green to play knights.

Suddenly, playtime is spoiled. The girl stands up for the dragon, but the other bystanders let the bully do as he pleases. It's time for a petition to the king! After a roundtable discussion, the bully comes to accept that everyone has a right to play --- no matter how big, tall or green they are!

This winning combination of adventure and information provides the perfect starting point for discussions about bullying. The Tale of Sir Dragon: Dealing with Bullies for Kids (and Dragons) offers a constructive approach to an important subject.

Univ of Toronto Pr
Another useful addition to the Dragon Safety Series is this winning combination of rhyme, adventure and information that provides the perfect starting point for discussions about bullying.
Setting out from Camp Camelot in search of a noble quest, a girl and her dragon friend cross swords with a bully of a knight. The bully says the dragon is too big, tall and green to play knights.

Suddenly, playtime is spoiled. The girl stands up for the dragon, but the other bystanders let the bully do as he pleases. It's time for a petition to the king! After a roundtable discussion, the bully comes to accept that everyone has a right to play --- no matter how big, tall or green they are!

This winning combination of adventure and information provides the perfect starting point for discussions about bullying. The Tale of Sir Dragon: Dealing with Bullies for Kids (and Dragons) offers a constructive approach to an important subject.

Baker & Taylor
When a girl and her dragon friend go to Camp Camelot to have some knightly fun, some of the other knights refuse to let the dragon play, but the king soon sorts the bullies out.

Baker
& Taylor

Setting out from Camp Camelot in search of a noble quest, a girl and her dragon friend cross swords with a bully who says the dragon is too green to play with the knights, but after a roundtable discussion, the bully comes to accept that everyone has a right to play. Simultaneous.

Publisher: Toronto : Kids Can Press, c2007
ISBN: 9781554531363
1554531365
9781554531356
1554531357
Characteristics: [32] p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Gourbault, Martine

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