The Dragons Of Wayward Crescent: Gruffen Paperback – 4 Mar 2010
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New series from best-selling author Chris d'Lacey
About the Author
Chris d'Lacey was originally a songwriter and musician, but started writing when a friend suggested he enter a writing competition. He has had over twenty books published now, one of which, Fly, Cherokee, Fly, was Highly Commended for the Carnegie Medal. Chris's dragon series for Orchard has achieved best-seller status across the four titles already published - book 5 is due in 2009.
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Chris d' Lacey is a brilliant writer.
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We have read these books out of order. But that has not impacted the reading. We read this one book 1 second. They do tell a single continuous story but are written well enough that you can read them out of order without impact. But based on how popular they are in our house I have a feeling we will be rereading them soon and this time we will read them in order.
This is the first book in this series, and this series is a prequel to The Last Dragon Chronicles series. There are currently 4 books in this series but I have heard that 12 were planned. We can only hope the others come to bear as Chris has time. In this book we meet Gruffen, or we witness to some extent the magic of a special dragon coming into being. We meet Lucy and Liz Pennykettle, a mother and daughter that know that Dragons are real, and somehow Lucy can create dragons on her potter's wheel and they can be brought to life. We meet some of the other dragons in the house including the listening dragon who sits upon the fridge. And also, Guinevere who helps to bring them to life.Read more ›
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Pleasant story which was loved by my Year 2 class during our Dragons mini-topic.Published 8 months ago by Titchywitch
I loved the last dragon series, so these book are just the perfect add on books. With lovely charming story's and pictures this is a perfect book to read to children at night or to... Read morePublished on 7 April 2014 by Sophie Horlock
I borrow books from the library to read to my 7 year old granddaughter. No violence, no bad language, no slang, but imagination and language beyond that which she can comfortably... Read morePublished on 10 Nov. 2012 by Joan Heath
My daughter really enjoyed having this book read to her when she began school, and now reads it to herself. Read morePublished on 25 April 2012 by Arwen Fox