DEXTER by Stanley H. Silverman

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KIRKUS REVIEW

I loved this delicious story of the littlest dragon, who didn't like to war on the other animals, who could blow flames but preferred to use his power for good instead of evil. The dragons thrust him out, the other animals shooed him away, but eventually, when he went to the biggest and oldest dragon of them all, he was encouraged, for the Old Dragon confessed that he had felt just that way, and had not had the courage of his convictions. A friendly dragon story should prove popular, and this one has grand pictures by George Daly, in three colors.

Pub Date: Feb. 13th, 1941
Publisher: Simon & Schuster