~Written by David Chuka
In this animal story, you will discover a sea dragon called Kojo who is unlike any other sea dragon you may have heard of or seen before. Kojo has one eye, two tails and a very big teeth! He lives in the Zakari river where he is surrounded by family and friends who love and care for him. Kojo's Mom has warned him not to go to the south side of the river as it's too deep and he could get lost there.
One day, Kojo is playing a game of hide and seek with his best friend, Kofi the sea turtle. Kojo in a bid to find the perfect hiding place, strays to the south side where an unseen force tries to draw him into a dark hole. Will Kojo escape this force or will his family and friends rescue him?
In this fun animal book for kids, young children will discover the value of friendship and the consequences of not listening to instructions.
Kojo the Sea Dragon Gets Lost is an exciting tale filled with bright illustrations and delightful characters that will appeal to children.
Kojo is an unusual sea dragon who lives in the Zakari River with his family. Kojo loves to play hide and seek with his friends. The Zakari River is vast with lots of places to explore. However, not all the places in the river are safe for little dragons. Kojo's mother tells him that the Southside of the River is dangerously deep. She tells him to never go there because he may never be found.
Kojo is a very large dragon and hiding is somewhat difficult, but this time he is determined not to be found. Ignoring his mother's warning Kojo ventures far from home and soon realizes he is in the Southside of the river. Will Kojo be lost forever?
Kojo's misfortune teaches children the importance of following rules. Kojo figures out, the hard way, his parents weren't trying to restrict his fun they only wanted to keep him safe. This is a valuable lesson for children of all ages. Kojo also discovers the importance of friendship and how far others will go to help a friend in need.
I highly recommend picking up a copy of Kojo the Sea Dragon Gets Lost. Available at Amazon.com.