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Dragons' Truth

3.41 of 5 stars 3.41  ·  rating details  ·  17 ratings  ·  4 reviews
When two young boys decide to skip school and seek adventure one day, they end up finding much more than they ever bargained for. More than the dragon and the mountain of riches they see at first, one of the boys finds the entire course of his life changed. That boy, Larry, finds himself at the center of an adventure bigger than anything he'd ever dreamed of. And when Larr ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published September 21st 2007 by Modern Evil Press (first published May 1st 2004)
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Inger Babcock
Absolutely amazing book. Entertaining, suspenseful, and enlightening. This author has a unique and inspiring technique for getting kids and adults alike, thinking about the quality of their education.

Most people see getting an education as something you have to do to get on with life. But he proposes, through a wonderfully woven story about a dragon and a young boy, that: "If you want to be happy, and do what you want, and be free to dream and see the possibilities in life instead of the limitat
Worth a read. I loved the commentary on education and the early chapters are great. But the latter parts of the book move too quickly or else seem "unbelievable."
I got this through podiobooks as an audio book and enjoyed the story. It is, however, filled with moral lessons that can be a bit tedious at times.
Decent, but wouldn't recommend it to my friends. Age group that it aims for is 8-12 not 20 somethings.
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