This book didn’t really have a plot, but was more of a celebration of imagination. The illustrations are very colourful and magical and I really enjoyed the overall concept of the book. Each page has an illustration of a person and his or her dragon. One person’s dragon is very large, another’s is very small, another’s breathes fire, another ice, etc. the objective of the story was more to impress on a kid that it is ok to have an imagination and it’s also ok if that imagination is different from everyone else’s. Ursula Le Guin wrote an essay called ‘Why Are Americans Afraid of Dragons’, discusses earlier in this blog here, and it was talking about how people are afraid to admit he or she plays with their imagination or has moments of make believe or are too embarrassed to admit to liking fantasy or make believe. For a kid, or even an adult, I think this is a nice little book to say just the opposite, that you should embrace your ‘dragon’ because it’s as unique as you are.