The Dragon Egg Princess
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About the Author
Ellen Oh is the cofounder of We Need Diverse Books and author of the award-winning Spirit Hunters series for middle grade readers and the Prophecy trilogy (Prophecy, Warrior, and King) for young adults. Originally from New York City, Ellen is a former adjunct college instructor and lawyer with an insatiable curiosity for ancient Asian history. Ellen lives in Bethesda, Maryland, with her husband and three children and has yet to satisfy her quest for a decent bagel. You can visit her online at ellenoh.com.
"Filled with strange terrains, creatures, and magic, this is an enthralling read!" -- Soman Chainani, author of the New York Times bestselling School for Good and Evil series
A rich and wonderfully imagined story about the many ways young people can be powerful and the tremendous benefits of awakening your inner dragon. -- Annie Ursu, National Book Award for Young People's Literature nominee for The Real Boy
"By drawing inspiration from Korean lore and culture, Ellen Oh is helping to reinvigorate the fantasy genre. Readers will love The Dragon Egg Princess for its humor, inventive magic, and thrilling action!" -- Linda Sue Park, Newbery Medalist and New York Times bestselling author
With its quick pace, modern heroes, and choreographed action, this is a strong fantasy title with K-pop undertones. -- Kirkus Reviews
Plenty of twists and turns to keep you racing through the pages. -- Shannon Messenger, New York Times bestselling author
"This enjoyable read should appeal to fantasy fans." -- Publishers Weekly
Readers will love The Dragon Egg Princess for its humor, inventive magic, and thrilling action! -- Linda Sue Park, Newbery Medalist and New York Times bestselling author
"This is a fast-paced and readable standalone fantasy that quickly grows to epic proportions...and readers may appreciate the fantastical take on environmental stewardship."
-- Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books