A Dawn of Dragons

A Dawn of Dragons
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Series: Chronicles Young Readers Adaptation, Book 6
Genre: Novels
Tags: Classic Era, Young Adult
Publisher: Mirrorstone
Publication Year: March 2004
Format: Paperback
Length: 256
ASIN: 0786931027
ISBN: 0786931027

From Wizards.com: An all-new young reader adaptation of the third Dragonlance novel. The third Dragonlance novel in the trilogy that launched the entire Dragonlance novel line, Dragons of Spring Dawning, has been adapted to a format for young readers and finishes up the release of young reader adaptations of the entire Chronicles series. The novel has been divided into two volumes, Hope's Flame and A Dawn of Dragons.

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From Wizards.com: An all-new young reader adaptation of the third Dragonlance novel. The third Dragonlance novel in the trilogy that launched the entire Dragonlance novel line, Dragons of Spring Dawning, has been adapted to a format for young readers and finishes up the release of young reader adaptations of the entire Chronicles series. The novel has been divided into two volumes, Hope’s Flame and A Dawn of Dragons.

Additional Information

Catalog #: 860600000
Print Edition: 1st
Timeline: 352 AC

About the Author
Margaret Weis

Margaret Weis was born and raised in Independence, Missouri. She attended the University of Missouri, Columbia, graduating in 1970 with a BA degree in Literature and Creative Writing. In 1983, she moved to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, to take a job as book editor at TSR, Inc., producers of the DUNGEONS & DRAGONS® role-playing game.

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