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OFFICIAL SELECTION ~ 2013 The Dragon Who Pulled Her Scales

By William Michael Davidson ~ Long ago, in a world where dragons were the world’s protectors, a beautiful girl dragon named Ellam lived in a cool, misty cave. Although Ellam liked to have fun with her friends, she had a secret.

She liked to pull out her scales.

Ellam was always careful to cover her body-she didn’t want anyone to see that she was missing her scales. That is, until one day when Everwynn, the great king of the dragons, needed someone for a special mission. Someone without scales. Join Ellam on her exciting journey as she discovers that everyone’s wounds have purpose, and the storms we travel through are part of a greater plan.

Note to parents: Although this book is intended for children struggling with the effects of trichotillomania-compulsive pulling out of one’s hair-it is ideal for any child (or adult) who needs to be reminded that our differences do not decrease our value.

NOMINATED by: Stacy Nakell, IOCDF Professional Memberofficialselfiction

This book is a wonderful tale for children who struggle with body-focused behaviors.  It reframes the wounds that come from pain as the struggles that make us unique, and encourages self-compassion and acceptance. ~ Stacy Nakell

AVAILABLE: Amazon in paperback.

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4 Responses to OFFICIAL SELECTION ~ 2013 The Dragon Who Pulled Her Scales

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  3. Very informative post.Much thanks again. Really Cool.

  4. Thank you! Hope the book goes a long way in helping to promote understanding of trichotillomania.

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