There’s no such thing as a dragon by Jack Kent is now quite old, but it is one of my all-time favourites. It’s humorous as well as having an insightful message – a rare combination. Some of the humour is aimed at the parent/adult who is reading to the child, which is such a bonus in a children’s book.
The story begins when Billy Bixbee finds a dragon in his bedroom. However, his mother convinces him, there is no such thing as a dragon. The fun begins when the more the dragon is ignored the bigger it gets.
Jack Kent has also done a great job illustrating the story with bright, clear pictures which adds additional details to the story.
A wonderful children’s book.