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Dragon Moon (2007)

by Carole Wilkinson

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It was good. I guess I read this series way out of order (now backwards). I've read this book (book 3) and will read book 2. It made sense though. ( )
  siquebella | Jul 29, 2014 |
Following the incident at the Imperial Lodge, Ping must find a new place to raise Kai, the dragon. Nowhere is safe from the hands of the Sorcerer or the Imperial guard.
The fate of maybe the last dragon will depend on whether she can find a safe haven for Kai.
This is a story about courage, compassion, trust and determination. I recommend this story to middle to high school students who have a taste for fantasy and Chinese history.
  TLHelen | Nov 4, 2012 |
This book is great. In fact, I like any book written by Carole Wilkinson. I hope she writes more books for the Dragon Keeper series. Great job, Carole Wilkinson! ( )
  the_dragon | Jan 25, 2012 |
This book is an amazingly detailed plotline which leaves you hanging for more. The book also interacts wth the 5 senses. It continues from when Ping leaves the charred ruins of Liu Chue's palace and has to find dragon haven for Kai so the little dragon can be with his kind ( )
  6h.library | Oct 17, 2011 |
There is a beautiful depth and rhythm to this trilogy that makes it a joy to step into and become a part of for a time. The underlying philosophy and morality give it such a solid base. ( )
  devilish2 | May 23, 2011 |
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In China during the Han Dynasty, young Ping must take Kai, the dragon she rescued, on a long and perilous journey to the ancient haven of the dragons following cryptic clues left by the wise dragon, Danzi, and aided by old friends.

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