A Dragon and a Diamond – Picture Books from A to Z

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Hello everyone, I’m back. And as a little dragon I’m excited to introduce another little DRAGON today. Meet Miro the Dragon created by Theresa Berg with illustrations by Svenja Liv.

Drakonia…. Land of the dragons, ancient and proud creatures. Drakonia…. Home of Miro, a tiny and frightened red dragon who is still trying to find his place in the world. On his journey to become a “real” dragon, he makes some unusual new friends and discovers that friendship can overcome the greatest fears. Miro’s stories tell of courage and friendship without boundaries or prejudices.

Miro the Dragon is geared towards children aged 3 to 10, although the stories are also enjoyed by older children and many adults all over the world. If your children like dragons, they will love Miro!

Available in paperback and kindle everywhere. There’s even a version in Chinese!

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Meet DIAMOND – A five year old girl, living in New York. She is about to enter school for the first time. The last couple of days she has been feeling anxious about it. Her Mom has been reassuring her that she is going to like the school. Diamond”s mind has gotten the best of her. Find out what happens to her on her first day in DIAMOND’S KINDERGARTEN MADNESS by Nicole M. Stevenson.

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See you tomorrow,

Adana xx

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About paws4puzzles

I'm a writer and puzzle maker. I am the author of a YA fantasy series, P.A.W.S. and my puzzles have been published in many magazines from Dell and Penny Press and on the walls of the Eltana cafe in Seattle. My most recent release is a book of logic problems, Paws4Logic which I wrote together with my son, Joey.
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4 Responses to A Dragon and a Diamond – Picture Books from A to Z

  1. Arlee Bird says:

    Cute books. I don’t keep up with children’s book now like I did when my kids were younger, but hopefully parents are still buying lots of books for their kids.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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  2. Both of these look wonderful! As much as I keep thinking this isn’t my genre, it’s a little tempting to try it again, now that I’ve reread my own Forever Home story… I had one planned for each kid, and now I have three MORE furkids I could write about… hmm… 😉
    Jamie Lyn Weigt | Theme: Odds and Ends Dragons | Writing Dragons

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