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  • The Dragon's Egg

    David A. Wells

    eBook (Alexander Publishing, Aug. 31, 2015)
    Seventy-five years ago, the dragons fell from the sky. We thought they were just meteorites—six terrifying explosions rang the world like a bell. When the dust settled, we went on with our lives as though nothing had happened.More than a decade later, five of the eggs hatched. The dragons that emerged were small and weak. They kept to the shadows, working in secret to persuade people to do their bidding, offering magic as payment and reward. Years passed … and still we didn’t notice the evil growing in our midst.The war began suddenly. Survivors called it the ‘apocalypse’—nine billion people killed in an afternoon.Then the dragons revealed themselves, burning huge swaths of what remained, taunting and mocking and murdering the survivors.Four leaders arose: The Wizard, the Dragon Rider, the Monk, and the Dragon Slayer. Allied with the rebel dragon, they waged war for years until they too were defeated, scattered, or killed.When the war ended, only one dragon remained … but that single dragon was enough to plunge the world into tyranny.The Dragon's Egg is the first book in the post-apocalyptic, epic fantasy series--The Dragonfall Trilogy.
  • The Dragon's Eye

    Sarwat Chadda

    Hardcover (Scholastic Inc., April 24, 2018)
    Conor, Abeke, Meilin, and Rollan are prisoners. Framed for a crime they didn't commit, the four young Greencloaks have been captured by the ruthless Oathbound.Rather than facing trial with the rest of their order, the friends and their spirit animals find themselves smuggled to a remote palace. There they discover that the plot against them runs deeper -- and is far more sinister -- than anyone realized. Someone has been manipulating both the Greencloaks and Erdas's leaders, all to uncover a powerful relic with the potential to flood the entire world.To stop this conspiracy, the Heroes of Erdas will need absolute faith in their spirit animals. If they fail, all of Erdas will drown.
  • The Bad Dragon:

    Michael Gordon

    eBook (, Dec. 17, 2018)
    Emotions & Feelings Series Book 5 This is a book about a bad dragon. A really baaaaaaaaaad dragon. *An effective way to teach manners to preschoolers *Being kind to others helps bring happiness *Help kids make and keep friends Here's what readers are already saying about this amazing children’s book:"I'm glad I finally picked this one up. It's entertaining, and my kids enjoyed it a lot." -- Susan "Sweet, silly, and touching story! Perfect for ages 3 to 5"-- Alice "Such a cute book! I loved it!" -- Caroline And*Cute illustrations with nice rhyming story*Not too long, grabs kid’s attentionGET IT NOW and get the ebook for FREE!! Add this picture book to your cart and ENJOY!
  • The Dragon's Boy

    Jane Yolen

    language (Open Road Media Teen & Tween, July 2, 2013)
    Before the legendary Arthur became king, he took lessons from a dragon . . .Artos is a lonely child, teased or ignored by the other boys in the castle of Sir Ector. One day, he follows Sir Ector’s runaway hound into a mysterious, dark cave, where he encounters a dragon who offers him the gift of wisdom. Both frightened and intrigued, Artos becomes the dragon’s student and gains what he’s always longed for: the friendship and respect of other boys. Under the guidance of the dragon, Artos’s life begins to take shape in a way he could never have imagined. But has Artos really learned everything the dragon has to teach? And what does the dragon mean when he refers to him as “Artos Pendragon,” or “Arthur son of dragon”?This ebook features a personal history by Jane Yolen including rare images from the author’s personal collection, as well as a note from the author about the making of the book.
  • The Dragon's Secret

    Augusta Huiell Seaman, C. M. (Charles Mark) Relyea

    This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.
  • The Dragon's Eye

    Kaza Kingsley, Melvyn Grant - illustrator, Simon Jones, Simon & Schuster Audio

    Audiobook (Simon & Schuster Audio, April 7, 2009)
    Life is not easy for twelve-year-old Erec Rex. His single mother can barely support her six adopted kids. And they've moved into an apartment so tiny that Erec sleeps with the washing machine. Worse, there is a strange force within Erec that is making him do odd things. His urge to obey these thoughts grows -- until it becomes impossible to resist them. Then one morning, Erec's mother is missing. The force inside Erec commands him to find her, leading him on an adventure that will change him forever. When he arrives in Alypium, a hidden world where old knowledge of magic is kept, Erec learns that his mother and the entire kingdom are in peril. And he might be the only one who can save them.
  • Dragon's Boo Boo

    Michael Yu, Rachel Yu

    language (Fat Moon Books, July 29, 2017)
    FREE for Kindle Unlimited members! *** This picture ebook title features vivid, full-color layouts with Kindle Text Pop-Up ***In a lovely little kingdom, there are knights and kings and jesters and Jack. Jack is the royal kitchen boy, and spends his days peeling potatoes and chopping carrots. While he has no noble blood, fancy title, or shining sword, Jack has his books. When word of a dragon comes to the castle, everyone is in a terrible fright. Everyone is scared silly and no one wants to go anywhere near the dragon. But Jack's not afraid, because he knows something about dragons that everyone else does not. It's time for Jack to step up and use his head to solve the problem in this fun, beautifully illustrated picture book.Another quality children picture book from the father and daughter team of Michael and Rachel Yu.
  • The Dragon's Tale #6

    Nancy Krulik, Justin Rodrigues

    Paperback (Penguin Workshop, May 14, 2019)
    Princess Pulverizer may not be a knight yet, but she won't let that stop her from saving the day!Princess Pulverizer dreams of becoming a knight. Dribble the dragon, a companion on her Quest of Kindness, dreams of becoming a chef. So he's thrilled when he gets the chance to open a pop-up restaurant in the village they're visiting (though he has to stay hidden, since people are still pretty scared of dragons). But a jealous juggler isn't pleased with their arrival, and mysterious problems begin to arise. Villagers feel sick to their stomachs, then a barn burns to the ground--and Dribble is blamed! Can Princess Pulverizer help her friend before things go up in flames?Praise for Princess Pulverizer: Grilled Cheese and Dragons[*]"Very funny series . . ." --Publishers Weekly, starred review"A wacky adventure that stands out through highlighting its heroine's foibles, giving her plenty of room to grow in future installments." --Kirkus"This spirited chapterbook is an obvious choice for Princess in Black grads and Hamster Princess fans." --Booklist"A strong series opener and a solid choice for those looking to increase their early chapter book holdings." --School Library Journal
  • The Dragon Boy

    Donald Samson, Adam Agee

    eBook (AWSNA Publications, Oct. 10, 2012)
    Orphaned twice by the time he was nine, he was living on the streets and did not even know his own name. He was not allowed to set foot inside the one place he was determined to find work. To complete the disaster of his young life, the object of his affections was Star, an immense, emerald-green dragon. But good fortune finally smiled upon him: Star was a Luck Dragon. Suddenly he was admitted as a barn boy into the elite Dragon Compound. He was given three warm meals a day, work, and even a name. And best of all, Star took him on as his secret apprentice.One day, a warrior-king and his army arrive to challenge Star to a battle-to-the-death. Although not worried for the dragon's safety, this challenge would rile the dragon's slumbering hostile nature and cause him to leave the kingdom. All attempts to dissuade the warrior-king fail. Star turns to his young apprentice to prevent this duel. Yet the boy is young and untried in battle. How can Star expect him to succeed where seasoned knights have failed?
  • The Dragon's Boy

    Jane Yolen

    Hardcover (HarperCollins, Sept. 30, 1990)
    "In order to gain wisdom, you must learn to read inter linea, between the lines."Artos doesn't know who his parents are, just that kindly Sir Ector and Lady Marion took him into their castle when he was a baby. Though Sir Ector raises him as one of his sons, Artos never feels he truly belongs. The other boys of the castle -- Cai, Bedvere, and Lancot -- make fun of him and never invite him to join in their games.One day, while searching for Sir Ector's missing brachet hound in the fens around the castle, Artos stumbles across a musty cave in a hill where a very old dragon lives. Though he is afraid, he is drawn to the beast by both the dragon's knowledge and his promise to teach Artos the game of wisdom. With the dragon's guidance, Artos begins the slow journey to his destiny-one that he never dreamed could belong to him. Notable 1990 Children's Trade Books in Social Studies (NCSS/CBC)
  • The Dragon's Wing

    Tate James

    language (Foxy Publishing, Nov. 1, 2017)
    I should have known my quest for vengeance would eventually be my downfall. I should have been more careful, more paranoid--but I'm glad I wasn't. Who knew that getting caught for my crimes would lead to so much happiness? But joy can be fleeting... It turns out, this battle is only just beginning. With ultimate power on the line, my faceless enemies will stop at nothing to capture me, dead or alive. I need to master my abilities, fast, or this could be the end for someone I care far too deeply about. I'm Kit Davenport and this is going to be a bumpy flight.Warning: This is a reverse harem story with sex, violence and swearing.
  • The Dragon Bots

    Russ Bolts, Jay Cooper

    Paperback (Little Simon, Aug. 20, 2019)
    Joe and Rob’s world is invaded by Dragon Bots in this fourth adventure in the hilarious Bots chapter book series.Many years ago, scientists on Earth sent video satellites out to the end of the universe to see what was hiding in deep space. Now, years later, these satellites have begun sending their first videos back to Earth...and the stars of the show are two goofy robots. In this story, Joe and Rob find themselves face to face with the magical Dragon Bots who have invaded their planet. Can they convince the Dragon Bots to become friends, or will the Dragon Bots fry their circuits? With easy-to-read language and graphic novel art on almost every page, the Bots chapter books are perfect for emerging readers.