Loved this book. It reminded me very much of a poem that I loved as a child called "National Union of Children" which I first came across in what is still one of my most favourite poetry books "i like this poem" which was an anthology in which children of all different ages were asked to nominate their favourite poem - proceeds going to one of the major charities in the UK which worked to safeguard children (book available on Amazon & if you type "National union of children" into the Amazon search box it'll pull up the poem I wot of).
"I love this poem" was a national Publishing sensation when it came out revitalising the reading of poetry in schools and homes, and helping to engender a love of poetry in a whole generation of kids (including me). To me "I'm a dragon" is a similar thing but for younger children (and depicting one poem only - albeit fabulously illustrated)
Way to go Sigal Adler! I wish you all the best with this book, and hope it'll encourage kids of parents at the end of their tether to think again (this book doing so in a positive constructive way)
Thanks also for the memory!