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Dragonology: The Coloring Book

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Dragonology: The Coloring Book
Written by Dr. Ernest Drake
Format: Paperback
ISBN-13: 9780763695309
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Dragonology: The Coloring Book

author: Dr. Ernest Drake

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Express your creativity with an artistís companion to the beloved Dragonology. With intricate illustrations and fascinating facts, here is a chance to bring vivid color to an array of incredible dragons, including the European dragon, the Frost dragon, the Chinese lung, the American amphithere, and many more. After learning about and coloring the dragons in this book, both experienced and apprentice dragonologists will be fully prepared for that all-important first dragon encounter.

Calling all Dragonologists! Grab your markers or colored pencils and bring these dragons to life.
suggested retail price (U.S./CAN):
$14.99 / $19.99
isbn-10/isbn-13:
0763695300 /  9780763695309
on sale date:
09/2016
type/format:
Activity Books / Paperback
age range:
10 yrs and up
# of pages/size:
64 / 8 1/2" x 10 15/16"
grade range:
Grade 5 and up
 
subjects:
Interactive Adventures; Animals; Activity Books;
author’s comments:
Dr. Ernest Drake is said to have lived in St. Leonardís Forest, Sussex, England, in the late nineteenth century and to have issued a very limited run ó some 100 copies ó of Dragonology in 1895. A noted dragonologist and a founding member of the Secret & Ancient Society of Dragonologists in London, Dr. Ernest Drake was determined to bring the subject of dragons under the burgeoning umbrella of the nineteenth-century natural sciences. He had absolutely no doubt that dragons exist, and his notes suggest that he had no little experience of them. Apparently, only one copy of Dragonology ever appeared in public, surfacing in the basement of a secondhand bookstore in London in 1987. The book was accompanied by a letter, dated 1904, addressed to an unnamed apprentice. Dr. Ernest Drakeís painstaking work has been faithfully reproduced in this unique volume.
 
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