• Train Your Dragon to Accept NO: Teach Your Dragon to Accept 'No' for an Answer: A Cute Children Story to Teach Kids About Disagreement, Emotions and Anger Management

  • My Dragon Books, Book 7
  • By: Steve Herman
  • Narrated by: Will Tulan
  • Series: My Dragon Books, Book 7
  • Length: 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Children's Audiobooks
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (29 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Having a pet dragon is very fun.

But your dragon can get very angry and upset when you tell him “NO"! 

He can burn your house down to the ground and everything you own!

What do you do?

You need to teach your dragon how to accept “No” for an answer!

Get this audiobook now and learn how.

Fun, cute, and entertaining, this playful audiobook will teach kids how to handle disagreement, emotions, and anger management.

A must-have audiobook for children and parents to teach kids about disagreement, emotions, and anger management.

Get this audiobook now and enjoy!

©2018 Steve Herman (P)2018 Steve Herman

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Wish it spent more time reviewing techniques

This is ok, but it uses phrases like "temper tantrum" and "hissy fit" more than it suggest and reaffirms ideas like taking deep breathes, counting to ten, or finding something else to do when someone says "no".

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It was a good book because it talks about when people say no You don't throw a fit.

by Aiden age 6

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Love Diggory and the Lessons

My sons love this book series. I have one son with Autism and one with serious anger issues. It makes things a little easier when we start going into melt down mode and we say oh what would Diggory do?