The dragon in the closet is such a con: one minute he's dancing like a goof under sheets and leaving "get well" notes and peppermints when little ones are sick, and the next he's tracking dirty footprints all over the carpet and eating all the snickerdoodles out of the cookie jar. With him around, there's always lots of fun--and a whole heap of trouble, especially when he goes invisible, leaving a little boy to answer for his bad behavior. Colorful illustrations bring to life this adorable tale of a kid who blames sweet surprises and mischievous behavior on an invisible, mysterious guest only he knows exists: the friendly, goofy, troublemaking dragon in his closet. But did the dragon really do it? There's a Dragon in My Closet is a funny, engaging salute to mischievous little boys and the imaginary friends that sprinkle giggles and create a few pickles on even the most ordinary days.
About the Author
Dorothea Taylor has a degree in graphic design with a minor in journalism. She currently resides in Stone Mountain, Georgia, where she runs an award-winning design studio, T.P. Design, Inc. Charly Palmer, a graduate of the American Academy of Art, is a nationally recognized fine artist whose work is in private and public collections, including those of the McDonald's Corporation, the Coca-Cola Company, and Vanderbilt University. His art is inspired by his children and grandchildren. He lives in Atlanta.