All Harry wants is to go about his normal routine and to be left alone, but instead a whiny dragon interrupts his tranquil life over breakfast. How can he shake this tearful dragon and get back to his peaceful life?
Though he’s determined to ignore the baby dragon, Harry is faced with noisy—and hilarious—changes in his quiet home. Once he gets to know Piff, Harry comes to learn that life may be easier alone, but it’s definitely better with a dragon.
Author Lisa Reinicke loves dragonflies and has won many of them. She has received the Purple Dragonfly award for several books including, Bart’s Escape Out the Gate, Wilhelmina’s Wish, and Wings and Feet. Some other shiny awards are Book Excellence, Mom’s Choice, and Readers’ Favorite. This year, she added a Benjamin Franklin Award to the collection
She loves to tell stories and has created over 35 for local TV and audio recordings. Telling whoppers is her business. All of her books are entertaining yet focus on social issues that engage children and parents to discuss. Lisa works passionately raising money and donating her time to charities that improve children’s lives physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Analisa Black began her career as a character designer and discovered her love for children’s books. She now works as a full-time children’s book illustrator. Using traditional and digital media, Analisa creates worlds where a child’s imagination can journey. Analise lives in Colorado with her family and her beloved cat, Catniss. Follow Analise on Instagram @analiseblack_ and visit her website at analiseblack.com.
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