Have you read The Popcorn Dragon by Jane Thayer? This book is a fun interactive read-aloud that lends itself to some good friendship conversations.
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The Popcorn Dragon
The Popcorn Dragon by Jane Thayer is about a dragon named Dexter who discovers that he can blow smoke. He is excited to show his friends his new discovery but goes a little too far. He teases his friends with the fact that they cannot do the same trick. His friends decide they don’t want to include him when they are playing.
This book has some good discussion points. It is a great mentor text for character change throughout the story. In addition to examining character change, we also talk about the problem and solution that Dexter has.
If you are interested in this interactive read-aloud resource for The Popcorn Dragon, you can download it for free below.
Other Popcorn Books
Did you know that there are many other books about popcorn available? Here are a few that I have found.
- Popcorn (Frank Asch)
- Popcorn Dragon
- The Popcorn Book
- Popcorn (first step nonfiction)
- Popcorn Country
- Popcorn Princess
- Pete the Popcorn
- Popcorn (Level 1 Reader)
Do you own any popcorn books? Do you have a favorite?