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Dragonsong: A Fable for the New Millenium

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Chiang-An, the youngest dragon at only 224 years old, vies for the honor of being named Keeper of the Mountain, an honor bestowed by the four Imperial Dragons of China only once every thousand years. Challenged to prove themselves worthy, the dragon community must discover the perfect gift.What gifts, wonders Chiang-An, could he possibly find which would elevate him above ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published January 1st 2000 by Shens Books
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Tate brings home Chinese books from the library. We've enjoyed learning about the culture and learning the language from Tate. This book is beautifully illustrated and the legend captured our imagination.
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