Custard The Dragon
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- Seller:Mark A. Henderson
- Sales Rank:3,637,750
- Edition:First Edition
- Shipping Weight (lbs):0.7
- Dimensions (in):9.5 x 7 x 0.5
- Publication Date:1959
"The Tale of Custard the Dragon" is what they call a "nonsensical" poem. It doesn't have any deep underlying meaning, and is purely to be taken at face-value, as a children's story.
The story does have a certain message. Custard saw himself as a cowardly dragon, and was even teased about it by his friends. When push came to shove, Custard was the bravest of them all when he defended his friends from the mean pirate.
In the end his friends thank him, and acknowledge his courage. Custard didn't think he could be courageous, but he found out he could.
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