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Dealing With Dragons

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 6,358 Ratings and 884 Reviews

Book Description
Cimorene, princess of Linderwall, is a classic tomboy heroine with classic tomboy strengths--all of which are perceived by those around her as defects: "As for the girl's disposition--well, when people were being polite, they said she was strong-minded. When they were angry or annoyed with her, they said she was as stubborn as a pig." Cimorene, tired of etiquette and embroidery, runs away from hom... More
Book Information
PublisherDemco Media
BindingTurtleback (23 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date07/2003
The Creators
About Patricia C. Wrede (Author) : Patricia C. Wrede is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Patricia C. Wrede include Dealing with Dragons (Unabridged), Talking to Dragons, The... more
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Reader Comments
7/14/2013 Christy Penman said:
I have read every single book in this series, and enjoyed every single one. Not only are there unusual dragon characters, but Wrede throws in a sassy princess, and several sassier princes for good measure. A wonderful fantasy book, Dealing With Dragons will have you smiling, laughing, and crying e... more

tags: fantasy, princess, dragons, novel, I recommend, I read

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12/3/2011 Allison Hunter-Frederick said:
Dragons, wizards, witches, talking animals, disappearing ledges, and magic. What else could a lover of fantasy books want? Did I forget to mention a rebellious princess? The book doesn't exactly tell a new story. Princess Cimorene prefers male activities, disdains marriage, rebels against her parent... more

tags: Patricia Wrede, Dealing with Dragons

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8/13/2009 Danyelle Leafty tagged as: I recommend, I read

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10/25/2008 Angela Mann said: 70333
tags: young adult, magic, funny, fantasy, fairy tale, dragons

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3/17/2008 Siri Feeney said: My son and I laughed through all the books in this series, which turns fairy tales upside-down, inside-out and into one silly and satisfying saga. After we read them, we bought all four audio tapes, which are well done and have stayed funny through many (many) replays.
tags: I recommend, I read

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7/29/2007 Little Willow tagged as: I Read

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1/10/2007 Tracy O'Daniel

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