Series: The Dragonology Chronicles

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Dragonology Chronicles Volume One: THE DRAGON'S EYE by Dugald A. Steer1
Dragonology Chronicles Volume Two: THE DRAGON DIARY by Dugald A. Steer2
Dragonology Chronicles Volume Three: THE DRAGON'S APPRENTICE by Dugald A. Steer3
Dragonology Chronicles Volume Four: THE DRAGON PROPHECY by Dugald A. Steer4

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  1. The Dragonology Handbook: A Practical Course in Dragons by Dugald Steer (2005)
  2. Slathbog's Gold by M. L. Forman (2008)
  3. Monsterology: The Complete Book of Monstrous Beasts by Dr. Ernest Drake (2008)
  4. The Fire Within by Chris D'Lacey (2001)
  5. Blue Djinn of Babylon by P. B. Kerr (2005)
  6. Wizardology by Master Merlin (2005)
  7. Magyk by Angie Sage (2005)
    Same series: Syren, Flyte (Septimus Heap)
  8. Dragon Keeper by Carole Wilkinson (2003)
  9. Dragon Rider by Cornelia Funke (1997)
  10. Mythology by Lady Hestia Evans (2007)
  11. Wolf Brother by Michelle Paver (2004)
  12. Dragonsdale by Salamanda Drake (2007)
  13. The Field Guide by Holly Black (2003)
  14. How to Be a Pirate by Cressida Cowell (2004)
  15. The Coming of Dragons by A. J. Lake (2006)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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