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Dealing With Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede

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Submitted by Amy 
(Dec 12, 2002)

I loved this book. This is an imaginative tale. Cimorene is a different, unproper-like princess and she deserves to be a princess for that awesome dragon, Kazul, with a rolling tongue and fiery flames and sharp, pointed, glistening knives as teeth. I recommend this book to anyone who likes fantasy, has a big imagination, and a person who just enjoys a good laugh. By the end of this book, you'll smile and turn away and say, "Mommy! There is a second book that I NEED to read! Mommy?"

Submitted by Anonymous 
(Apr 10, 2002)

I think that Dealing with Dragons is a witty, imaginative book for any age group. You feel like you are with Cimorene (the main character) in all of her delights, worries, scrapes, and annoyances. It is the kind of book that if anyone looked at you for a couple of hours they would think that your nose and hand were glued to the book. I give it a thirteen out of ten for being a hilarios, engrossing novel.

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