Fortress of the Stone Dragon: A Branches Book (Dragon Masters #17)

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Product Details

Price
$5.99  $5.51
Publisher
Scholastic Inc.
Publish Date
Pages
96
Dimensions
5.2 X 7.5 X 0.3 inches | 0.26 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781338540314

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About the Author

Tracey West has written more than 300 books for children and young adults, including the New York Times bestselling Dragon Masters series, the Pixie Tricks series, and the Hiro's Quest series. She has also appeared on the New York Times bestseller list as author of the PokΓ©mon chapter book adaptations. Tracey lives with her family in New York State's western Catskills. She can be found on Twitter and Instagram at @TraceyWestBooks and on Facebook at @AuthorTraceyWest. MATT LOVERIDGE likes to draw subjects that expose the lighter side of life, so he loves illustrating children's books! Looniverse was the first children's book series he illustrated. Matt lives in Utah with his beautiful, supportive wife and their three rambunctious kids (who are a constant source of inspiration!).

Reviews

USA Today bestselling series!

Praise for Rise of the Earth Dragon (Dragon Masters #1):

In this first of the Dragon Masters series, vocabulary is accessible; sentences, paragraphs, and chapters are short; and dialogue moves the story along rapidly. Black-and-white sketch-type drawings add depth to the story and feelings to the characters (both children and dragons). Emergent readers will find happy success here. -- Booklist

The first of a new series of early chapter books, this entry is sure to attract fans. Brief chapters, large print, lots of action, attractive illustrations in every spread including a maplike panorama, an enviable protagonist -- who wouldn't want to be a Dragon Master? -- all combine to make an entertaining read. With plenty left to be resolved, the next entry will be eagerly sought after. -- Kirkus Reviews