Dragon googie
Erik Craddock

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An edition of Dragon googie (2012)

Dragon googie

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This edition was published in by Random House in New York.

Written in English

When a storm cuts off the electricity, Stone Rabbit, Henri, and Andy start playing a board game using strange dice that Henri "found," and soon they are trapped in the game and must defeat an evil Dark Lord in order to get home.

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Dragon googie
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Dragon googie

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When a storm cuts off the electricity, Stone Rabbit, Henri, and Andy start playing a board game using strange dice that Henri "found," and soon they are trapped in the game and must defeat an evil Dark Lord in order to get home.

Dragon googie

This edition was published in by Random House in New York.


Edition Description

When a storm cuts off the electricity, Stone Rabbit, Henri, and Andy start playing a board game using strange dice that Henri "found," and soon they are trapped in the game and must defeat an evil Dark Lord in order to get home.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
741.5/973
Library of Congress
PZ7.7.C73 Dr 2012

The Physical Object

Pagination
p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24847463M
ISBN 13
9780375869129, 9780375969126
LC Control Number
2011009434

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