A Practical Guide to Dragons

A Practical Guide to Dragons

Book - 2006
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This lavishly illustrated guide showcases the wide array of fantastic dragons encountered on the world of Krynn. Sindri Suncatcher--wizard's apprentice--opens up his personal notebooks to share his knowledge of these awe-inspiring creatures, from the life cycle of a kind copper dragon to the best way to counteract a red dragon's fiery breath.

The perfect companion to the Dragonlance: The New Adventures series, this beautifully illustrated title introduces readers to the looks and habits of dragons of the Dragonlance world. With tips and tricks every new adventurer can use on imaginary encounters with dragons, this book will enchant readers with both pictures and words.

About the Author
Sindri Suncatcher is a three-and-a-half foot tall kender, who enjoys storytelling, collecting magical tokens, and fighting dragons. He lives in Solamnia and is currently studying magic under the auspices of the black-robed wizard Maddoc. You can catch Sindri in the midst of his latest adventure in The Wayward Wizard .







Publisher: Renton, WA : Wizards of the Coast, c2006
ISBN: 9780786941643
0786941642
Branch Call Number: 398.2454 TRU
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 29 cm
Alternative Title: Dragons

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BookEMonster
Aug 27, 2017

This is a great book for young naturalists and animal biologists, as well as young dragon enthusiasts. This book is very cleverly made. There is little publishing data or other printing to ruin the illusion that it is a book sent by Sindri Suncatcher to his Aunt Moonbeam of the Kender folk. The descriptions and anatomical drawings of dragons might serve to interest fantasy focused children on biological or linguistic study of mundane, earthly creatures.
This book captured me enough to want to read more about Sindri.

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Rick05
Dec 22, 2015

hi

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dragon3333
Mar 30, 2014

iVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS SINCE NOVEMBER 2013! its april 2014.... but i would really love to read it

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lazsiu
Oct 28, 2013

i <3 dragons they so awesome! I really like the illustrations.

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DSE1585
Jun 23, 2013

The artwork was epic.

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CatherineAnn
Feb 16, 2013

This exotic book gives a whole new look on the magnificent creatures of the sky. Along with many other books by the same author, this book can't be insulted or really described in detail. All you can really say about it, is really compacted into three comments, "eye opening", "Outstanding" and "One of its kind." Not many people can write a book, even fewer can write a good book, and even fewer can write a book like the author of a practical guide to monsters can.

sumerazak Dec 27, 2011

n awesum book!

i love drgons!

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Apr 04, 2014

black_leopard_152 thinks this title is suitable for 5 years and over

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Aug 05, 2013

ayap thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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mat9moreira
Apr 28, 2011

mat9moreira thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 13

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