Updated: Dragon and Turtle on Safari
Using animals endowed with human characteristics--they speak, et cetera--The Dragon and the Turtle go on Safari teaches children things are often different than they appear, one should persevere rather than give-up, and the value of being courageous. The Bible verse in the back of the book (Deuteronomy 31:6) supports the story: do not fear and trust God.
The story is cute and contains a fable that one of the characters had intended to tell during the backyard camp-out. The fable is more about perseverence and failing to see things clearly. It really doesn't support the Bible verse or the subject matter of trusting in God and not fearing.
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