Zog is a bright orange dragon with big aspirations to be a proper dragon but as hard as he tries, he can’t quite get the hang of all the things he’s ‘supposed’ to do. That is until he makes an unlikely friend who teaches him he doesn’t have to try, he’s fine just the way he is.
Written by Julia Donaldson, Zog explores themes of friendship, ambition and perseverance, set against the backdrop of a magical land of dragons, castles, princesses and swashbuckling knights.
Our VI-friendly adaptation features 3 hand-painted ‘feely’ pictures, clear braille pages and an audio guide read by TV’s Mel Giedroyc.
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