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Dragon Tide

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A girl and a boy watch a stranger build a dragon in the sand. The dragon must wait for the night tide to set it free. But there is danger on the beach. As the sea crawls closer, other children come. They jump and play and the dragon begins to dissolve beneath their feet. The boy and the girl must keep the dragon safe until the sea can free him.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by Orca Book Publishers
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Jul 27, 2011 Erroll Treslan rated it really liked it
Charming story about a girl (or is she a nymph?) who molds a dragon out of beach sand to the amazement of some onlooking children. Another great find from our local library.
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