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Dealing with Dragons

A beautiful princess. A dangerously charming dragon.

First Scholastic printing ed.
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An edition of Dealing with Dragons (1990)

Dealing with Dragons

A beautiful princess. A dangerously charming dragon.

First Scholastic printing ed.
  • 4.08 ·
  • 13 Ratings
  • 57 Want to read
  • 2 Currently reading
  • 25 Have read
Publish Date
Language
English
Pages
212

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Once upon a time there was a bad princess...
Take one bored princess. Make her the seventh daughter in a very proper royal family. Have her run away ....
Princess Cimerone ran away to find some excitement.
She's about to...--BkCvr

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Cendorine et les Dragons
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Dealing with Dragons
2002, Magic Carpet Books
in English - 1st Magic Carpet Books ed.
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Dealing with Dragons
1990, Jane Yolen Books
in English - 1st ed.
Cover of: Dealing with Dragons
Dealing with Dragons: A beautiful princess. A dangerously charming dragon.
September 18, 1990, Scholastic Inc., by arrangement with Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc.
Paperback in English - First Scholastic printing ed.

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New Yor, USA

First Sentence

"Linderwall was a large kingdom, just east of the Mountains of Morning, where philosophers were highly respected and the number five was fashionable."

Table of Contents

In Which Cimorene Refuses to Be Proper & Has a Conversation with a Frog
In Which Cimorene Discovers the Value of a Classical Education & Has Some Unwelcome Visitors
In Which Cimorene Meets a Witch and Has Doubts about a Wizard
In Which Kazul Has a Dinner Party, and Cimorene Makes Dessert
In Which Cimorene Receives a Formal Call from Her Companions in Dire Captivity
In Which the Wizards Do Some Snooping, and Cimorene Snoops Back
In Which Cimorene and Kazul Make a Journey Underground
In Which Kazul and Cimorene Pay a Call, & Cimorene Gets into a Fight
In Which Therandil Is a Dreadful Nuisancem & Cimorene Casts a Spell
In Which Cimorene & Alianora Conduct Some Tests & Disturb a Wizard 1
In Which Kazul Is Unwell, & Cimorene Makes a New Acquaintance
In Which Cimorene Calls on a Dragon, & the Stone Prince Discovers a Plot | In Which Alianora Discovers an Unexpected Use for Soap & Water, & Cimorene Has Difficulty With a Dragon |
In Which the Wizards Try to Make Trouble, & Cimorene Does Something about It
In Which the Dragons Crown a New King, & Cimorene Gets a New Job

Edition Notes

*Printed in the USA* / Book 1 of 4 / Portions of chapters 1 & 2 were prev. pub. in a slightly altered form as "The Improper Princess" a short story in the collection Spaceships and Spells, published by HarperCollins Publishers in 1987.

Series
Point Fiction: The Enchanted Forest Chronicles Book 1 [US $3.25/CAN$ 3.95]
Genre
Young adult, Fantasy, Humor
Copyright Date
1990 by Patricia C. Wrede

Classifications

Library of Congress
PZ8.W92 De 1990

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Pagination
212p. ;
Number of pages
212
Dimensions
6.75 x 4 x .5 inches
Weight
6.4 grams

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL7541077M
ISBN 10
0590457225
ISBN 13
9780590457224
LCCN
89024599
OCLC/WorldCat
26125565
Library Thing
9998
Goodreads
883314

Work Description

A well written, fast paced YA fantasy with a good sense of humour. Cimorene, an independent minded princess, runs away from home and volunteers to be the a dragon's princess, getting caught up in dragon politics, magic, and the machinations of rival wizards. This is the first book in a series of four.

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Linderwall was a large kingdom, just east of the Mountains of Morning, where philosophers were highly respected and the number five was fashionable.
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