Green Dragon Codex

Green Dragon Codex
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Series: The Dragon Codices, Book 5
Tag: Young Adult
Publisher: Mirrorstone
Publication Year: June 2009
Format: Hardcover
Length: 256
ASIN: 0786951451
ISBN: 0786951451

Dear Reader, Everyone knows that green dragons are evil, but dragons, like people, can sometimes surprise us. Just ask ten-year-old Scamp Weaver. When Scamp finds a strange chest containing a green dragon egg and a mysterious ancient scroll, he's launched on a harrowing adventure, chased by dragon hunters who want the contents of the chest for themselves. When the egg hatches, life gets even more harrowing. In the next installment from my tales of everydragon, meet a baby green dragon who might -- or might not -- be as evil as the day he was born! Your humble servant, R.D. Henham Scribe in the Great Library of Palanthas

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Dear Reader, Everyone knows that green dragons are evil, but dragons, like people, can sometimes surprise us. Just ask ten-year-old Scamp Weaver. When Scamp finds a strange chest containing a green dragon egg and a mysterious ancient scroll, he’s launched on a harrowing adventure, chased by dragon hunters who want the contents of the chest for themselves. When the egg hatches, life gets even more harrowing. In the next installment from my tales of everydragon, meet a baby green dragon who might — or might not — be as evil as the day he was born! Your humble servant, R.D. Henham Scribe in the Great Library of Palanthas.

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