How to Raise and Keep A Dragon

How to Raise and Keep A Dragon

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Why keep a dragon? There are many reasons. What else can protect your treasure . . . impress your friends . . . make diamonds out of coal . . . work as a model for coats of arms . . . heat your home? Kids who enjoy whimsy will be delighted by this beautifully illustrated owner's manual for dragon fanciers. It tells about the wide range of different dragons available, the characteristics of each, and the equipment and supplies that every dragon owner should have on hand. (For instance, a fire extinguisher.) The book is a fanciful blend of dragon lore and colorful art, the latter including diagrams of parts of winged and non-winged dragons, portraits of sea serpents, depictions of Asian dragons, and many others. More than 250 color illustrations in all. Here's a book that's fun from first page to last.
Publisher: Hauppauge, NY : Barrons Educational Series, Inc., 2006.
ISBN: 9780764159206
Branch Call Number: F TOP YA
Characteristics: 128 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
Additional Contributors: Malone, Dan
Nigg, Joseph


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Oct 01, 2016

Haha😁 very funny I love this book I like how the guy is related to Edward Topsell very imaginative

Jun 08, 2012

Now, where could i get an egg?

Feb 16, 2011

i agree i think it would be cool if dragons were real but there not and thats not going to change but this book makes it seem like they are. it gives you difarent type ways to train them and habitates for them and it has everthing.

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Indigo_Cheetah_57 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 20


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