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The white dragon (1963)

by Richard Garnett

Other authors: Graham Oakley (Illustrator)

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Fen Burton, as many Fenmen will realise, is a real place, but this story takes some liberties with geography, and many more with antiquities, so it seemed best to give the village an imaginary name.

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An invigorating tale of a group of young people living in the fens, and three dragons - an ice yacht, a model used in a mummer's play, and a mysterious archaeological 'White Worme'.
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