Accepting Others As They Are
Boo the dragon discovers how to work and play well with others
A very lonely dragon tries his best to make friends with children in the local village. When they run afraid of his fire, he gets help from Travis to work through his dilemma.
· You are responsible for your own emotions.
· Creating change is others is by changing yourself
· People can have unrealistic expectations of what you should be
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These stories did a amazing things to help my son relate better to not only his peers but helped in our relationship as father son. Learning to accept others and be sensitive to others can go along way. And they make great travel entertainment for active kids. Jack