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The Affairs of Dragons

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4 out of 5
Based on 5 Ratings and 5 Reviews

Book Description
Twenty four stories about dragons that will enchant you and make you laugh. And if you look deeper, you will find that they are fables with a subtle moral within. They are fascinating for all ages. Adults will find them particularly entertaining.
Book Information
PublisherZumaya Publications
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelAll Ages
# of Pages178
ISBN-101554102545
ISBN-13978-1554102549
Publication Date06/01/2005
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About Mary C. Fairbanks (Author) : Mary C. Fairbanks is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Mary C. Fairbanks is The Affairs of Dragons.
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About Martine Jardin (Illustrator) : Martine Jardin is a published illustrator of children's books. A published credit of Martine Jardin is The Affairs of Dragons.
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2/3/2009 Elizabeth Burton said:
Dragons are not to be trifled with: the Black Dragon would have you for lunch. Some are very conceited: Percival can’t pass a mirror without admiring himself. And don’t ever nag a dragon—it is downright dangerous. A dragon may even have allergies: poor Ah Chu has hay fever! But occasionally a ... more

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