Search For The Dragon Ship (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Secrets of Droon)

Book Search For The Dragon Ship (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Secrets of Droon)

Book details

- By: Tony Abbott(Author),Tim Jessell(Illustrator)
- Language: English
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:128
- Publisher: Turtleback Books (May 1, 2003)
- Bestsellers rank: 3
- Category: Children's Books
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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. The Dragon Ship is up for grabs, and while the evil Salamandra claims she will find it first, Eric, Neal, and Julie step up their hunt, only to discover the ship's parts are spread all over the world of Droon.

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  • By Tisman on August 23, 2017

    My 6 years old granddaughter just loves these books. They are just wonderful short story's but should be read in the order of publication.

  • By L. J. Schrader on March 15, 2006

    So far, my son and I have read most of the series and he always is eager to start the next book. Great in between series for kids that are younger but like a story with kids who beat the bad guys, save the day and have the magic and excitement without being too scary. I'd recommend it for any kids 8 to 10 or so and probably both boys and girls would enjoy the series since there are both boys and girls as characters, equally saving the day!

  • By Linda Picardo on April 24, 2003

    This was a fun book, and if I had read it before reading King Fortis the Brave I might have given it five stars. But because I read it after finishing King Fortis, which was superior in many ways, the best I could do was four.Still, that's not to say that this book does not have a lot going for it, and that Abbott isn't a very good writer. If you're looking for a young adult fantasy novel and you haven't read King Fortis yet, try that first. But if you've already read King Fortis the Brave and are looking for another good romp through a fantasy world, you can do a lot worse than this book!

  • By Colleen King on February 4, 2017

    At my school I read these books day by day.


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