Duluth the Dragon
The Bully Pulls Some Strings
About the Book
Duluth the Dragon has been a bully all his life. A habit he learned from his uncle, he thinks bullying is funny. But it’s not, and the Dragon Fairy is assigned to teach him how bad it is.
Author Devon Buffett’s Duluth the Dragon—The Bully Pulls Some Strings, the next in the series about the bully dragon, finds the Dragon Fairy bringing another child to visit and hopefully change his behavior. Robin has a beautiful violin, given to her by her grandfather. But then Duluth breaks it, and even the Dragon Fairy can’t fix it. But wait … is Duluth sorry for what he did?
Duluth the Dragon—The Bully Pulls Some Strings proves that once a bully doesn’t mean always a bully. You’ll also discover how much power is contained in the word “please.”
About the Author
Devon Buffett is a Southern California native who worked as a youth educator and authored a syndicated newspaper column. She divides her time between Arizona, Illinois, and Nebraska. Her books on anti-bullying target one of society’s ongoing concerns. This is the fourth in a series of twelve books dealing with this issue.