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Edgar and the Dragon

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The Dragon Kingdom has been overrun by shadowy monsters! In their desperation, the dragons send for the only hero brave and clever enough to help them: a young boy named Edgar. Armed with nothing but a couple of tennis balls, the odd vegetable, and a few tricks that he learned in Sunday School, Edgar sets off on a perilous quest to help his scaly friends. But the dark invaders grow more powerful by the minute. Can Edgar and his friends defeat an enemy that no weapon can touch?

66 pages, Kindle Edition

First published June 1, 2015

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Joseph A. Davis

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I am an American fantasy author living in Sweden's most beautiful province. I enjoy writing stories for children, youth and the young at heart.

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June 27, 2017
This is a very Christian based story, and Christian kids will love it. It has many lessons that will be learned while entertaining young kids. Ages 5 to 14. About a dozen Bible verses are used.
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November 15, 2018
It was a lively re-entry into a fantastical world that allowed delightful new characters to join the cast, some lingering concerns from the previous adventure to be explored, and this time, starting with a party rather than an emergency, jumping in with almost Harry Potter-like game and food antics. The unlikely, sometimes hilarious weapons and unique approach to learning how to apply Bible verses to daily challenges makes this story a natural choice for parents looking to start creative conversations with their children connecting fascinating tales and their faith traditions. My son is asking for more and it helped me as an adult find more vivid language for explaining how I want to apply faith in daily life. It’s an engaging and enjoyable dragon ride!
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January 29, 2021
This is a children’s story that you will not be able to put down as it makes you want to continue reading in order to find out what happens next. Excellent for families to read together.
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