My Big, Dumb, Invisible Dragon

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Both sweet and poignant, My Big, Dumb, Invisible Dragon helps children understand that grief and loss are both hard and real, but that we can move through them to healing and joy. An illustrated picture book for ages 4–8.
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An illustrated picture book for children dealing with grief, showing that although loss is hard and real, together we can move through it to find joy and hope again.
 
When a young boy unexpectedly loses his mother, an invisible dragon swoops in and perches on top of his head. The boy wants the dragon to go away, but the dragon has plans of its own. It follows him to school, sleeps on his chest at night, and even crashes his birthday party. Yet as the boy comes to terms with his loss, his relationship with the dragon changes in surprising ways.
 
My Big, Dumb, Invisible Dragon is an important book for children dealing with loss. Whether it is the death of a parent or loved one, divorce, a move, illness, or losing a friendship, this story shows children that loss is real and hard, but we can move through it. Young readers learn that healing takes time, and that it’s okay to experience a range of emotions when processing a really big loss.
 
Filled with poignant yet playful illustrations and touches of humor, the book tackles a weighty subject in an easy and approachable way. For any child who’s lost someone they love, My Big, Dumb, Invisible Dragon is a tale of healing and hope. 
Format Details
Hardcover Book eBook
Contents Hardcover Book (32 pages) eBook (32 pages)
Filetypes EPUB, MOBI, PDF
Dimensions 10 x 9.75 inches
Product Code BK05522 BK05522F
ISBN Number 978-1-68364-184-1 978-1-68364-243-5
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Angie Lucas

About Angie Lucas

ANGIE LUCAS is a freelance writer and editor. Her clients include such companies as FamilySearch and Ragnar. She lives with her family on the Wasatch Front in Utah. Visit her at angielucas.com.

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