It’s the first day of Dragon School, where all the young dragons must learn how to harness their fire-breathing skills. Today’s lesson? Using it to cook food! All the dragons are excited to test their powers . . . except Long. Long is from the East and can only breathe out water. No matter how hard he huffs and puffs, he isn’t sure he can match his fire-breathing classmates. But will his talents be discovered? Or will Long find his own unique path to cooking-and to fitting in?
From TOFU TAKES TIME author Helen H. Wu and New York Times bestselling illustrator Mae Besom (WHAT DO YOU DO WITH AN IDEA?) comes a gorgeously illustrated and stirring tale around self-acceptance.
About the Author
Written by Helen H. Wu, illustrated by Mae Besom.
Helen H. Wu is a children’s book author and illustrator, as well as a translator and publisher. She is the author of TOFU TAKES TIME. Fascinated by the differences and similarities between cultures, Helen loves to share stories that can empower children to understand the world and our connections. Helen resides in San Diego, California, with her family and two kids.
Mae Besom is an award-winning artist whose books include New York Times bestsellers WHAT DO YOU DO WITH AN IDEA? and WHAT DO YOU DO WITH A CHANCE?. Mae uses traditional media, pencil and watercolor to create texture and light within her enchanting illustrations. Mae lives in Chongqing, China.