Peace Dragon Tale - Two New Books Encouraging Compassion

Peace Dragon Tale – Two New Books Encouraging Compassion

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Have you ever heard of The Peace Dragon Tale? Dragons are usually seen as fiery and violent. However, The Peace Dragon site is breaking down that image. The Peace Dragon was started as a way to see differences in all works while respecting each individual’s vision. While working on the projects, artists will experience the necessity to see people, places and the world without the blinders and walls built by preconceived notions, and use their hearts to sense the world around them. Products were provided for this post. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

Peace Dragon Tale

Peace Dragon Tale - Two New Books Encouraging Compassion

Alphabetter (Peace Dragon)

Empower your vocabulary with this hilarious dictionary full of playfully re-paired words that motivate, uplift, and inspire. Laugh and learn as you read each new word, and discover the amazing power our words have when we use them to encourage others and ourselves! Find this illustrated children’s book on Amazon.

Peace Dragon Tale - Two New Books Encouraging Compassion

How I Did It! (Peace Dragon)

Curious and inspired, I was full of ideas. I turned adversity into adventure when I took a chance and tried to change. Readers young and old will be inspired by how I did it. Find this children’s book on Amazon.

How I Did It (Peace Dragon)How I Did It (Peace Dragon)Alphabetter (Peace Dragon)Alphabetter (Peace Dragon)Words (Peace Dragon) by Linda Ragsdale (2016-04-18)Words (Peace Dragon) by Linda Ragsdale (2016-04-18)Not Opposites (Peace Dragon) by Linda Ragsdale (2016-04-01)Not Opposites (Peace Dragon) by Linda Ragsdale (2016-04-01)

About the Author

Linda Ragsdale wants everyone to be a dragon, a Peace Dragon that is! As an author, illustrator, international speaker, and peace teacher, Linda has developed her Peace Dragon series to teach us how to harness our fiery energy into a peaceful and productive outlet by owning our human powers of view, voice, and choice. Linda invites you to be a peace dragon ambassador and join the 30,000 students she has taught around the world!

About the Illustrator

Martina Hogan is an artist and children’s book illustrator. She also illustrates a broad range of products, including greeting cards and children’s toys. Martina was born in Liverpool but now lives in the beautiful county of Yorkshire. It was here that Martina completed a degree in Design and Illustration, and she hasn’t looked back since! In her work, she likes to mix a bit of humor with cute, quirky, and fun illustrations.

These gorgeous hardcover children’s books will be loved by your child. The pictures are bright and engaging and the story will be one that teaches them a life-long lesson.

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44 thoughts on “Peace Dragon Tale – Two New Books Encouraging Compassion

  1. I would like to win for my niece she loves to read and gets so excited when I get her new books

  2. id really love these for my 5 year old!
    he has really enjoyed reading books lately and these are great lessons to learn:)

  3. I would LOVE to win this for my son! He’s learning how to read and these are so cute! 🙂

  4. We are still trying to grow our book collection because I think reading every day is so important, and having a variety of good books to choose from encourages it! These books look like something my son would love!

  5. These sound cute! I am working on making a little library for our grandson. Thanks for the suggestions!

  6. My 3 year old is finally interested in the alphabet and really enjoys when we read together so this would be a win win for him!

  7. I would love to win these to read to my grandchildren when I visit. I love introducing them to new authors.

  8. My sister just had a son in June and I would love to win to gift these to her to read to him until he can read himself.

  9. Id lime to win these to add to the children’s collection at a local library. Most book acquisition money goes to adult best sellers.

  10. I would like to win this for my grandchildren. They are homeschooled and this would be great for character building. Thanks!

  11. I would love to add this to my daughter’s growing book collection. She has a love for learning.

  12. My granddaughter is just starting to read..would like to give it to her to practice reading.

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