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Dragonologists Writing Kit: From the Desk of Dr Ernest Drake by Dugald Steerx
Dragonology: Bringing Up Baby Dragons : A Beginner's Guide by Dugald Steerx
Dragonology: The Complete Book of Dragons by Dugald Steer1
Drake's Comprehensive Compendium of Dragonology by Dr. Ernest Drakex
A Field Guide to Dragons by Dr. Ernest Drakex
Obscure Spells and Charms of Dragon Origin by Dr. Ernest Drakex
Working with Dragons : a Course in Dragonology by Dugald Steerx
The Dragonology Handbook: A Practical Course in Dragons by Dugald Steer2
Dragonology Code-Writing Kit by Dr. Ernest Drake3
Dragonology Pocket Adventures [4 volume set] by Dr. Ernest DrakePocket Adventure set
Dragonology Pocket Adventure: THE ICELAND WYRM by Dugald SteerPocket Adventure 1
Dragonology Pocket Adventure: THE DRAGON STAR by Dugald SteerPocket Adventure 2
Dragonology Pocket Adventure: THE DRAGON DANCE by Dugald SteerPocket Adventure 3
Dragonology Pocket Adventure: THE WINGED SERPENT by Dugald SteerPocket Adventure 4
Dragonology Chronicles Volume One: THE DRAGON'S EYE by Dugald A. SteerDragonology Chronicles 1
Dragonology Chronicles Volume Two: THE DRAGON DIARY by Dugald A. SteerDragonology Chronicles 2
Dragonology Chronicles Volume Three: THE DRAGON'S APPRENTICE by Dugald A. SteerDragonology Chronicles 3
Dragonology Chronicles Volume Four: THE DRAGON PROPHECY by Dugald A. SteerDragonology Chronicles 4
Dragonology Tracking and Taming Dragons, SPECIAL EDITION : The Official S.A.S.D. Guide by Dugald A. SteerTracking & Taming x
Dragonology Tracking and Taming Dragons, Volume 1, EUROPEAN DRAGON by Dugald A. SteerTracking & Taming 1
Dragonology Tracking and Taming Dragons, Volume 2, THE FROST DRAGON by Dr. Ernest DrakeTracking & Taming 2
Dragonology: The 2006 Calendar of Dragons by Andrews McMeel Publishing2006 calendar
Dragonology: The 2007 Calendar of Dragons by Andrews McMeel Publishing2007 calendar
Dragonology: The 2008 Calendar of Dragons by Dugald A. Steer2008 calendar

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