All Harry wants is a good meal and to be left alone, but instead he gets is a whiny dragon that interrupts his quiet life. Determined to ignore the baby dragon, Harry is faced having accept the changes in his quiet home. He comes to learn that life is easier being alone, but life is better with a dragon.
Lisa Reinicke is the majority holder of Our House Publications and author of 4 published children’s picture books for sale on Amazon and independent book stores. Lisa was honored with the Mom's Choice Gold Award for lifetime literary excellence for her children's book "Wings and Feet in 2017. She is a storyteller and author of 35 children’s stories appearing on local TV shows, elementary schools, and bookstores. The stories have been published in 3 collective recordings for distribution for A Goodnight Sleep Company. She also produced online (virtual) training for service advisors and technicians. Lisa served as head writer and on-camera talent in the videos. Her books are entertaining yet focus on social issues that engage children and parents to discuss. Her four children were all uniquely different ranging from physical differences, adoption, and physiological disorders that lead her following experts in each field to help children overcome the stigma around being different.
Lisa passionately works raising money for charities that improve children’s lives physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Just like Harry wasn't expecting to adopt a dragon in his life; we were not expecting to adopt a child.
We found ourselves living in peace as empty-nesters when an eleven-year-old red-headed girl came to live with us.
And just like Harry didn't expect to fall in love with Piff; we didn't expect to fall in love with our little redhead.
Our life tipped upside down, and the days became a roller coaster.
Things were harder. We had to feed her, which meant regular dinner hours once again. Even though she was small, she needed lots of clothes. Oh my, and homework, I forgot how I hated math.
Just like Piff, she was tenderhearted, and with that came whining and drama.
She was funny, cute, and wonderful. She added meaning to our lives, and within hours we loved her and knew that life was easier without an eleven-year-old, But life was better with one! was BETTER with one.
Toast with a Side of Dragon
Harry jumped back. The new blue-eyed creature still had a shell on top of its head, and now it was making strange noises!