Dragons Bibliography - Juvenile & YA Books
Dragons are a favorite of children and teens. These books offer a variety of stories dealing with dragons of every shape, size, and temperament. This list features authors with names A - K.
The Dragon Princess by E. Baker
Millie is a princess who becomes a dragon every time she becomes angry. Can she ever find love, or is she doomed to become one of those mean old witches who turns up at parties just to ruin the magic for everyone else?
Merlin’s Dragon by T.A. Barron
Basil, a small, flying lizard who is searching for others like himself, discovers that there is more to him than he knows, as he becomes engaged in Avalon's great war between the evil Rhita Gawr and the forces of good.
How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell
The adventures and misadventures of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third as he tries to pass the important initiation test of his Viking clan, the Tribe of the Hairy Hooligans, by catching and training a dragon.
Eye of the Oracle by Bryan Davis
From the era just before Noah s ark, through the battles between dragons and mankind in the time of King Arthur, and to the haunting presence of dragons in our day, this prequel series reveals the mysteries that led to the adventures of Raising Dragons.
Raising Dragons by Bryan Davis
Billy Bannister is known as Dragon Breath to his school mates because of his horrible breath. There is a good reason for this problem—His father used to be a dragon. Billy must pursue faith, courage, and love, and dig deep within himself to find his God-given strengths no matter how difficult the circumstances.
Kenny & the Dragon by Tony DiTerlizzi
Book-loving Kenny the rabbit has few friends in his farming community, so when one is sent to kill another, Kenny must find a way to prevent their battle while satisfying the dragon-crazed townspeople.
The Fire Within by Chris D'Lacey
When college student David Rain rents a room in an unusual boardinghouse full of clay dragons, he has no idea that they, along with some lively squirrels, will help jumpstart his writing career.
Dragon's Milk by Susan Fletcher
Kaeldra, an outsider adopted by an Elythian family as a baby, possesses the power to understand dragons and uses this power to try to save her younger sister who needs dragon's milk to recover from an illness.
Dragon Rider by Cornelia Funke
After learning that humans are headed toward his hidden home, Firedrake, a silver dragon, is joined by a brownie and an orphan boy in a quest to find the legendary valley known as the Rim of Heaven and struggling to evade the pursuit of an old enemy.
Dragon Slippers by Jessica-day George
Orphaned after a fever epidemic, Creel befriends a dragon and unknowingly inherits an object that can either save or destroy her kingdom.
Red Dragon Codex by R.D. Henhem
Mudd's peaceful life changes when a red dragon attacks his town and kidnaps Shemnara, the village seer. Only one clue is left behind--a cryptic note that says, "Seek the silver dragon."
The Hunting of the Last Dragon by Sherryl Jordan
In England in 1356, as a monk records his every word, a young peasant tells of his journey with a young Chinese noblewoman to St. Alfric's Cove and the lair of a dragon.
WarCraft, The Sunwell Trilogy: Dragon Hunt by Richard Knaak
The war-torn world of Azeroth is plagued on all sides by evil dragons, power-hungry elves and the armies of the Undead Scourge. Just as a wary peace seems possible, the Sunwell, a source of unimaginable power previously thought to be lost, resurfaces.
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