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Dealing With Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede

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AuthorPatricia C. Wrede
TitleDealing With Dragons
SeriesEnchanted Forest Chronicles, The
Volume1
Year1992
GenreFantasy
 
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Submitted by Annie 
(Apr 12, 2005)

Oh my gosh! This book was written so well..it was so easy to follow! I loved Cimorene and I could relate to her so well! The book had a great plot...every time I put down the book I regretted it. I was reading wherever I went. So original, so true, so catchy, funny, mysterious and absolutely addictive all at the same time!


Submitted by dream45638@yahoo.com 
(Nov 17, 2004)

I loved this book. The characters seemed real and the plot was intriguing. Not everyone can write a book filled with as much magic. My imagination was working on overtime. Patricia Wrede deserves a Newberry prize for Dealing With Dragons. Cimerone is the character everyone can relate to. Parents wanting you to do one thing, you wanting to do something else. Dealing with Dragons is a story where everyone can have a favorite character because they each have their own personality.


Submitted by Anonymous 
(Apr 04, 2003)

This book is very fascinating and caught my attention very quickly! Cimorene is a very different and improper princess. She is bored of taking dancing, etiquette, embroidery, and manners classes. She tries to sneak in classes from fencing to magic, but every time, her parents find out. Unlike other princesses, she choses to be the housemaid of a dragon. This would have turned out very well if the pesky wizards didn't come along and ruin it.


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