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Little Dragon Flies in the Sun

Narrated by: Jodi Stapler
Length: 5 mins
5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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A little dragon, who lives in a dark cave, faces her fear and sets out into the daylight to find others like herself. A story of loving yourself and chasing your dreams.

©2017 Jennie Wiley (P)2017 Jennie Wiley

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Great message--just wish it were longer!

What made the experience of listening to Little Dragon Flies in the Sun the most enjoyable?

The voice actress, Jodi Stapler, has a very warm and lively quality, which worked well with the emotional quality of the story.

Who was your favorite character and why?

The Little Dragon, of course!

What about Jodi Stapler’s performance did you like?

Empathy

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When the dragon admires her scales.

Any additional comments?

My only complaint, if it can be considered such, was that it was too short. I think I wanted a little more toward the end--maybe the other dragon giving some advice? I listened to it with my son, who is three, and looked at the eBook at the same time so he could see pictures. He listened for the whole thing (and was particularly taken with the picture of the bubble on the branch!). Well done!

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Fun for all ages!

My kids, ages 6, 10 & 12 enjoyed listening to this story about the little dragon. They could each relate to the dragon on a different level. The narration kept their attention.