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"Fern's Dragon is a wonderfully fun read that stimulates the imagination of both young ancestors and the young-at-heart alike. It is a good mystery-fantasy story that is cleverly composed.

Fern is a bright, artistic young girl who is entirely fascinated with dragons. One day she produced a tour de force with beach sand and loved it so much that she was indisposed to leave her dragon, Nogard. When her care for brought Fern to visit Norgard, they were shocked to determine he was missing. Later that night, Fern is visited by Norgard, who begs for her help in reduction dragon-kind.

Little Fern finds herself most important the last of the race of dragons, next clues and difficult to piece at once a way to save the dragon king - the only dragon with the power to stop the devastation about to fall.

David Wills has done a superb job on this children's book. His use of ensign and visually stimulating words is sure to spark the imagination. The light finish will leave a smile on the readers' face.

I decidedly advocate this book to parents, as they are unlikely to develop into bored with their brood beseeching to have the story again and again read to them. I know I definitely enjoyed it. "

ISBN# 1413770177

Publisher: Announce America, Inc

Author: David Wills

~ Lillian Brummet - Book Critic - Co-author of the book Trash Talk, a guide for everybody afraid about his or her blow on the location Cause of Towards Understanding, a assembly of poetry.
http://www. sunshinecable. com/~drumit


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