Who Feels Sad, Dear Dragon? - Paperback
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Who Feels Sad, Dear Dragon? - Paperback

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Available to ship July 2017.

A boy, with his pet dragon, feel sad after making bad behavioral choices. He begins to feel better  when he starts sharing, being a friend  and telling the truth. Emphasizes the importance of making good choices. Teacher resources include note to caregivers, word list, reading activities to strengthen phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension. 

The 4 all new stories in the Feelings series focus on the emotions of happiness, sadness, making bad decisions and anger. These Beginning-to-Read books feature low reading levels supported by illustrations.  Reading reinforcement activities are in the back.  These books help young readers move toward independent reading. This popular series meets the Common Core State Standards for Language Arts and can be used with beginning readers to practice reading high frequency words, expand comprehension. and improve oral language skills.

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    Margaret Hillert
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The boy and his pet dragon realize that they are not making good choices throughout the book and these choices make them sad. After pondering on what they have done, they decide to make better choices so they are no longer sad. Wonderful colored pictures with great vocabulary words make this a great book for preschoolers on up. 5/5 stars

Netgalley, September 2017

I love this series, I think it is so cute and wonderful. I can see why the book series is one that children love. It is a great book! 4/5 stars

NetGalley user, September 2017

Yay! Another good book from Margaret Hillert! I can see this one being especially useful. Sharing can be hard for kids, and not lying about having homework is really popular. I like the simple way that she shows what you should do instead. 5/5 stars

NetGalley, August 2017

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