These are the stories of six-year-old Georgia and her invisible friend, Dragon, who is, of course, a dragon. You must know that Dragon is only invisible to others, not to Georgia. And he is the only dragon I know of, that is the size of a Labrador Retriever. Together, they have many, many adventures. It all begins when, during naptime one afternoon, Dragon tells Georgia how he learned to fly. What an amazing adventure that was. After that, Georgia and her parents move from a small house in a big city to a big house in a small town. Of course, Dragon comes with them. Georgia makes many new friends at the new house, including but not limited to Tree, who is, you guessed it, a tree. He grows right outside of her new bedroom window. He has a deep voice and he lets Georgia climb on his branches all the way to the top. There are many more friends and adventures but I have a feeling this description is getting way too long already. Georgia and the Dragon is perfect as a read aloud book as it has chapters that aren’t too long. They aren’t too short either so I guess they are just perfect. I hope you and your little one(s) enjoy(s) the stories. There are many more planned. This one is the first. You gotta start somewhere and this is as good a start as any start can be.