Synopses & Reviews
and#160;and#160;and#160;The Dragon and the Doctor was the first book published by the Feminist Press. Immensely popular by word of mouth through the 1970s, it is the charming story ofand#160;a dragon who has a sore tail. When she goes to Doctor Judy and Nurse Benjamin for help, they discover all kinds of treasures zipped into the tail. Cured, the dragon takes Doctor Judy and Nurse Benjamin to meet her friends-an ostich, a hippopotamus, a turtle, and a little creature named Lucy who has two mothers. When Lucy begins to show strange spots, Doctor Judy again steps in with her medical expertise.
and#160;and#160;and#160;This new edition, with revised and expanded illustrations and story, brings this beloved book back into print for the first time in sixteen years. With this publication, The Feminist Press reaffirms its commitment to publish books for children that envision a peaceful, egalitarian society free of sexual and racial stereotypes.
A dragon with a very sore tail finds a helpful doctor and introduces her to her friends.