The Dragon Talks by Michael Gordon (Book Review #567)

The dragon talks is a children’s book written about a dragon named Gab that talks a lot. His friend and mom and dad fully know of this nature and tolerate this interesting dragon but also try to teach him the valuable lesson of sometimes listening. As the dragon continues to talk about his dreams, toys, imaginative play, his likes and dislikes, Gab displays his full personality in terms of why he is the way he is.

I enjoyed the literature just as much as the illustrations. They were truly colorful and drawn beautifully making it suitable for the age group the book is aimed for. One thing I would like to add was that sometimes, I felt that the story was losing its track of getting to a point. As an adult, it may have been an issue, but for a child, I don’t think that made much of a difference.

 

The work educates children in learning to listen and to understand instead of non-stop talking. That alone, I believe, is a strong message and something we can all take home.

 

I recommend this book to families that are looking for suitable children’s books.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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