Kidlit Review – Kojo the Seadragon Gets Lost

I received a copy of Kojo the Seadragon for the purpose of this review, but the opinions stated are 100% my own.




Kojo The Sea Dragon Gets Lost-Review


Title:  Kojo the Seadragon Gets Lost

Author:  David Chuka

Platform:  Kindle via Amazon

Cost:  $2.99


Review:  Kojo, a very cute Seadragon with one big tooth, lives in the Zakari River, where he is surrounded by a close-knit supportive community.   The Zakari river is made of a rich community of Sea Turtles, Dolphins, and other various sea animals – and Kojo loved them all very much .  Kojo’s Mother and Father also loved him very much – and gave him freedom to learn and explore – however, he was not allowed to go to the South side of the Zakari River.  Kojo’s parents explained, that the South Side is very deep – and a little Seadragon who wandered there could easily get lost.

Kojo, like many young sea creatures – loved to play with his friends.  When he would play hide-and-seek with Kofi the Sea Turtle, he would often lose.  It’s much harder for a big-ole Seadragon to hide, than it is for a itty-bitty Sea Turtle.  So, while Kofi would find him quickly, it would take an hour for Kojo to find Kofi.   So, when it was Kojo’s turn to hide, He went far away – trying to find the perfect place.  He wandered in and out of shops – trying to find a place that was big enough – and that would be difficult to find.  He was tired of loosing.  It’s “The Squishable Baby” Theory that Kojo is older than Kofi (in Ghanaian decent,Kojo means born on Monday and Kofi means born on Friday).  In my very simplistic thinking – if Kojo is indeed older,  well then, he should be better at hiding, no?

Maybe Kojo has a little pride?

Unfortunately, Kojo wondered in uncharted waters – and got himself in a little bit of trouble.  Luckily, the entire community was paying attention, got together, pitched in – and helped Kojo.


Reading Kojo the Seadragon


This is not only a story to teach children to listen to their parents – but to teach everyone (adults and children alike) that it certainly does take a village to raise a child.  If everybody wasn’t paying attention to the children – there might not have been such a nice outcome.  To me, this is a beautiful story about the coming together  – as a community.  Knowing each other, paying attention and working together to help each other.  It’s a story of everybody taking responsibility for everyone else – to keep everyone safe and maintain a strong sense of community.

I think Mr. Chuka did an excellent job of representing the thoughts, feelings and action of children.  I can see my own children in Kojo.

Mr. Chuka is hosting a very fun giveaway on Goodreads.  He is generously giving away 2 copies of Kojo the seadragon.  You can enter to win a copy of Kojo The Seadragon Gets Lost here.

Good luck!



About David Chuka


author kindle picAs a father himself, he has parents at heart when he writes. He recognizes that bedtime has to be one of the best parts of the day for parents and grandparents as it gives them the opportunity to bond with their little ones. He believes you’ll enjoy sharing his stories with your loved ones at bedtime.

In David Chuka’s books, you can stay rest assured that quality and captivating images will always complement the story to ensure your loved ones are spell-bound as you read to them. Beginner readers will also enjoy discovering new words as they read his books.

He would like to keep you updated on what he’s working on and any giveaways he currently has on offer. You can visit him on the web, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube


About Lisa

Hey! Thank you so much for stopping by. I'm Lisa - a homeschool mom of 3 (2 boys and 1 girl). I care about the strength of the family in America, and often blog about babies/kids, natural parenting, homeschool, and marriage. Before you leave, please sign up for my monthly newsletter (on the top right). If you do, you will be well rewarded with notification of all giveaways and sales - which will not be announced on the blog. Google+ Profile

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