Dragonology Tracking and Taming Dragons Volume 1: A Deluxe Book and Model Set: European Dragon
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Dragonology Tracking and Taming Dragons Volume 1: A Deluxe Book and Model Set: European Dragon

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Here is the essential reference for all budding dragonologists - the ultimate companion to the 1-million-copy, #1 national bestseller DRAGONOLOGY!
Inside this deluxe guidebook and model package, readers will find the complete TRACKING AND TAMING DRAGONS, in which preeminent dragonologist Dr. Ernest Drake shares all you need to know to set out on the trail of dragons in the...more
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published April 25th 2006 by Candlewick Press
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Christopher
The world of Dragonology shifts a bit with this volume, as budding dragonologists as prompted to closer and more intimately familiar with fire-breathing beasts. The original Dragonology: The Complete Book of Dragons didn't really deal with the possibility of taming or riding a dragon. I blame Anne McCaffrey for making every kid want to ride a dragon.

The real reason for this book though is the model. It is very pretty, very easy to assemble, and looks very nice hanging from a ceiling. Note: the m...more
Krista McCracken
The book itself was decent, but not exceptional -- basic introduction to Dragonology and how to track dragons. The illustrations in the book were really well done and they book presented dragons in a variety of locations (jungle, desert, mountains etc). I just wish the book was a bit longer.

That being said -- the dragon model is awesome. I was expecting a small, flimsy model -- but it's actually fairly sturdy and has attachments so that it can be hung as though it's flying. Dragon model for the...more
Tasia
I like this short book for the pictures and anatomy references, but that's about it. Taming a dragon seems to be the thing nowadays.
Theresa
not as good as dragonology, missing many details and pictures
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Until recently, Dugald A. Steer worked as an author and editor at Templar Publishing. He is the writer behind Candlewick's widely acclaimed New York Times bestsellers, DRAGONOLOGY, THE DRAGONOLOGY HANDBOOK, and EGYPTOLOGY, as well as the forthcoming EGYPTOLOGY HANDBOOK. Dugald has now given up his editorial job to concentrate on writing full-time, especially more books with "ology" in the title. D...more
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