The story centers around two friends, Bobby and Tommy. Bobby realizes that Tommy is unhappy at times. He realizes that Tommy is often worried and anxious, and Bobby wants to help him.
Bobby wants Tommy to be happy and comfortable. He introduces Tommy to a new game. This game allows Tommy to defeat a dragon and conquer his fears. The game is a success!
Tommy is grateful that he has such a great friend like Bobby, and Bobby is proud that he could help him.
This is a good book for talking to young children about being worried, afraid, or anxious. It lets them know that these are all normal feelings that everyone has at one time or another.
I didn't like the questions posed to the reader throughout the story. However, I feel that component makes it a good book to read to children and give them an opportunity to discuss their feelings.
Overall, the story has an excellent message and would be a great tool for any parent, teacher, or counselor.
I would recommend this book for young children, aged 7 and younger.