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Persnickity (Serendipity) (original 1988; edition 1988)

by Stephen Cosgrove (Author)

Series: Serendipity (1988)

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A very tidy dragon comes to realize perfection is relative.
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Title:Persnickity (Serendipity)
Authors:Stephen Cosgrove (Author)
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A perfectionist dragon with a clean-order streak the size of Texas, Persnickity is a funny telling of a dragon whose ideas are tried. Unable to handle messy fun-loving dragons of his home he runs away and finds a spot make his perfect home with the perfect roses yet is unable to stop his need to share how perfect he is. From there you find that perfection is in the eye of the beholder.

With breathtaking roses and oddly whimsical dragons with socks on their feet your child will be transported away into this lesson. Great for a lesson and a laugh. ( )
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