Good Dream Dragon

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Product Details
$17.99  $16.73
Christy Ottaviano Books-Little Brown and Hachette
Publish Date
8.9 X 10.9 X 0.7 inches | 0.95 pounds

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About the Author

Jacky Davis (she/her) has written many popular children's books, including the co-creation of the New York Times bestselling Ladybug Girl series. Her other books include: Sunny Side-Up, Black Belt Bunny, Olive & Pekoe, and Agent Lion. She lives in Rosendale, New York with her family and rescue dog that somehow resembles both a lion and a bear. To find out more about Jacky go to

Courtney Dawson (she/her/they) is a children's book illustrator, designer, avid book reader, and mother. She is inspired by the world around her and all of the good in it. Courtney loves to work on projects that are empowering, inclusive, and whimsical. She also enjoys rainy days indoors and painting to Sam Cooke. She resides with her partner, wild toddler, cute baby, and many overwatered plants in Ventura, California. You can view more of Courtney's work by visiting or @courtneyjdee on Instagram.
"The concept of the Good Dream Dragon will reassure little ones who might have nighttime or bad-dream anxiety.... Dreamland itself is, fittingly, safe and whimsical. The illustrations are soft with twilight purples and playful patchwork scenery. The idea of a protective dream guide is perfect for the preschool crowd, often newly aware of nighttime fears. Sweet and gentle, an ideal bedtime read."--Kirkus Reviews
"With endpapers featuring cupcakes, pink pigs, friendly cows, and sprinkled cookies, this book will have children on the path to sweet dreams before they have turned a single page.... It's all as soothing as can be, and will send any child off to peaceful dreams.... A satisfying tale sure to enlist the imaginations of young listeners for a pleasant bedtime."--SLJ
Praise for Good Dream Dragon:
An ALA Rainbow Book List Selection

"Unable to sleep, a child summons the help of the 'Good Dream Dragon' in this fairy tale-like story of nighttime hijinks.... With a final allusion to bravery, Davis lightly inserts emotion into what's otherwise a pleasantly straightforward bedtime aid."--Publishers Weekly