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Isadorn the Unicorn and the Sloppy Dragon

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What's a frustrated unicorn to do? Dunfer the Dragon has just moved into the cave next door, and Isadorn's perfect world has been turned upside down.
Not only does he make growling noises all day and night, he's just burned down her favorite rosebush! Can Isadorn figure out how to talk to Dunfer about her problems? Or will her magical unicorn world be ruined forever?
Kindle Edition, 42 pages
Published December 11th 2019
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Whispering Stories
Feb 11, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Isadorn lived a peaceful life in her grotto. When Dunfer the Dragon moved in next door she was happy she had a new neighbour, that was until he started to make a mess, snarled loudly at night keeping her awake, and burnt down her favourite rose bush.

Isadorn was upset but she didn’t want to say anything to Dunfer in case he got mad or became sad, but with the help of her friend Lema she realised that by saying nothing she was only hurting herself and so
Jan 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Freaking adorable!

This was just freaking adorable! I loved the easy conflict resolutions that were explained and how simply they can relate to children. It is relatable and acknowledges the importance of everyone's feelings mattering in a situation. I so appreciate the tips it provides to help you feel comfortable with standing up and talking about issues. The questions and explanations at the end are fantastic conversation starters to help children understand the basics of conflict resolution.
Feb 02, 2020 rated it really liked it
A cute book which showed the importance of how to be honest with oneself and with friends, and how to stand up for oneself if the situation was making you mad and sad.

My first book by this author, the illustrations were all in hues of pink and orange, and they were attractive. The prose was easy to understand and quite fun to read.

Overall, a fun story for kids to 5 to 8.
R.J. Rodda
Jan 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
My seven year old daughter rated this

She said I think it was good because it shows a good way to make friends even when you are angry.
Jane Hunt
Feb 01, 2020 rated it really liked it
A beautifully illustrated, thoughtfully written picture book for children. The main theme of the story is conflict resolution and finding your voice to express how you feel when someone does something that hurts you.

The story is easy to follow, as are the messages it conveys. There is an information sheet at the end of the book, outlining the story’s main points and how to relate them to problems your children may have.

There are also discussions points for a child to discuss with their adults.

Stephanie Jowers
Feb 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Great Story to Teach Conflict Resolution

If you’re looking for a story to teach conflict then resolution to your children or students this is the perfect story. It comes with teaching points and questions. Isadorn and Dunfer captivated my children and learned from their shining example.
Jan 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I like it

I felt it was a nice story with good morals/ life lessons for growing children. Be aware that your actions effect others and don’t be afraid to speak up. My little one didn’t like it though. Maybe when she’s older. However I get the feeling she’s not a unicorn girl. Oh well. Time will tell.
Lesley Guest
Jan 02, 2020 rated it liked it
A sweet children's book exploring being able to voice when someone makes you sad or angry.
Lovely illustrations and a lovely message
Jan 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This is a great book to introduce children to the concept of having and articulating boundaries. The summary at the back is good too. It is a good refresher even for adults.
Soriana Wood
Feb 23, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Great book with good lesson.

Cute pictures and fun story with a very good lesson. My granddaughter and I really liked the book. The lessons and questions were a nice feature.
 Reading Divergence
Warmhearted, good lesson for children on emotions, anger, friendship. Pretty illustrations.
Kent Leary
Dec 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A Friend is just what is needed

It's always good to know how much you need a friend when you don't understand what's going on !
Ah my friend do you know?
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