#BookSpotlight: Duck & Dragon by Lisa Lindman #DuckAndDragon #LisaLindman #NewBook #ChildrensBook #KidApproved

Book Synopsis:

Have you ever heard of a dragon who refuses to fly? How about a duck who tried to breathe fire? Meet Bernadette and Clark, the dragon and the duck who show little ones that anything is possible with a tidbit of persistence and chunk of creativity. Clark learns that helping a friend isn’t always easy, especially when a bold duck tries to guide a timid dragon. Eventually, determination, practice and gentle patience pay off…and true friendship is the greatest reward.

Duck & Dragon is available to preorder from the author’s website via the link below.

First Impressions:

I first approached Lisa about featuring her new book on my blog because I absolutely loved the idea of the book. Any children’s book that sparks their imaginations and helps them discover the love of reading is a win for me. When I discovered she was also mum with similar aged children I was even more excited to help.

Duck & Dragon is a truly heartwarming and uplifting story with a lovely meaning behind it which I think children will fall in love with. It has some beautiful, colourful illustrations to accompany it which my little girl said she’d love on her wall.

I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy and I think it would make a great gift for a child.

About The Author:

Since she was a child, Lisa E. Lindman has been reading non-stop and writing magical stories. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband, sweet daughter and their French bulldog, Sebastian. She spends her days running a small business, writing, frolicking with her toddler and reading just one more chapter…well, five more chapters.

Follow Lisa on Instagram via the link below.

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