Once Upon a Dragon: Stranger Safety for Kids

Once Upon a Dragon Stranger Safety for Kids After a thump bumping ride on a slide a little girl and her dragon friend find themselves inside a fairy tale book The stories are familiar and there s lots of silly fun as the dragon is transformed

  • Title: Once Upon a Dragon: Stranger Safety for Kids
  • Author: Jean E. Pendziwol Martine Gourbault
  • ISBN: 9781553377221
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Hardcover
  • After a thump bumping ride on a slide, a little girl and her dragon friend find themselves inside a fairy tale book The stories are familiar, and there s lots of silly fun as the dragon is transformed into fairy tale characters But danger lurks in the form of strangers including the hungry wolf from Little Red Riding Hood and Snow White s evil stepmother And it sAfter a thump bumping ride on a slide, a little girl and her dragon friend find themselves inside a fairy tale book The stories are familiar, and there s lots of silly fun as the dragon is transformed into fairy tale characters But danger lurks in the form of strangers including the hungry wolf from Little Red Riding Hood and Snow White s evil stepmother And it s up to the girl to keep an eye on the dragon, who walks alone through deep dark woods and takes treats from people he doesn t know Little by little, the girl teaches her irrepressible friend to be careful about strangers.The winning combination of fairy tale adventure and concrete safety information including the Dragon s Stranger Safety Rhyme and the checklist of rules at the end of the book provide the perfect starting point for discussions with children about stranger safety.

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      Published :2018-09-02T18:10:12+00:00

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    1. 3 "don't talk to stranger" stars !!This sweet and informative little book came in my McHappy Meal today and initially I was disappointed that I didn't get a Hello Kitty Toy (yes I love Hello Kitty !!) but this was a really nice surprise !!This book is suitable for kids 4 to 7. It is a about a little boy and his dragon buddy that get lost in a storybook and bump into well-known villains from nursery rhymes and fairy tales. The silly dragon always wants to go with the Big Bad Wolf or eat the apple [...]

    2. A fun book on safety from strangers with a fun, fairy tale twist. CHildren can easily recognize the stories mentioned and they create good safety discussions, in a simple, easy to understand manner.

    3. Using elements from familiar fairy tales, a boy’s dragon friend is transformed into the protagonist of several major fairy tales after they magically become lost in the woods after leaping from a playground swing. Luckily, the boy helps Dragon avoid stranger danger in many forms: straying from the path, taking candy from strangers, accepting rides from strangers. A safe stranger – a friendly fairy godmother – helps them find their way home at the end. The subtext is that the boy in blue al [...]

    4. Dragon dan si gadis cilik terjebak di dalam aneka dongeng. Mereka berjalan dari bab pertama sampai akhir cerita. Ada serigala, penyihir, tiga babi kecil, si rambut emas, ibu peri dan mahluk-mahluk lain yang menawarkan makanan serta bantuan. Siapakah yang dapat mereka percaya?Buku ini memberikan tips bagaimana menghadapi orang asing. Tidak semua orang berbahaya, namun anak tetap harus waspada. Ada sajak pendek di bagian akhir buku yang bisa menjadi petunjuk keselamatan saat bertemu orang asing.

    5. A very clever book. A story within a story, children will love visiting a number of classic fairy tales with dragon and his friend. All the while learning very important life saving stranger safety skills.The end of the book provides further direction for teaching stranger safety to children.This book is effective, fun and potentially life saving.

    6. Cute story of little boy and his friend , a dragon go to the park. His dragon friend takes a book with him. Well the little boy thinks they end up into the story because they encounter danger in the woods on their walk with all the dangerous charaters from some popular fairy tales. Good book to use for fractured fairy tale unit or stranger safety for children.

    7. Cute way to teach safety to young children! A boy and his dragon friend are playing on the playground and end up in a storybook where they stay away from strangers along the way. It will catch students attention because it rhymes and it incorporates many different fairy tales that they can relate to.

    8. This is a clever way to help children beward of strangers without scaring them. And the child in the story is the one who has to teach his dragon friend to be careful, by not accepting candy, not getting into a stranger's car, etc. Very nice illustrations in pencil crayon.

    9. This book about stranger danger is good, although I think the lesson might be lost for some children because of the way it is housed in fairy tale settings. However, it does open the doors for good conversation about stranger danger between parents and children.

    10. Loved that they incorporated different fairy tales and the safety lessons that can be learned from them. Reading this out loud presented a great opportunity to bring up dangerous situations in real life.

    11. This was a fun book that helped us rienforce some safety rules with our girls. Ally loves this book because of the dragon and all it's silliness. She always says she doesn't like dragons because they are mean but she likes this dragon.

    12. A girl and a Dragon are playing at the park when they lose control on the twisty slide - and slide right into Dragon's book of fairy tales! A fun, rhyming read-aloud that gives a nod to some fairy tale favorites and ends with a lesson in stranger safety.

    13. Too text heavy for storytime, but the rhymes are nice. The best part is that they fall into a book and use the stranger danger concept to get out of trouble in fairy tales.

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