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Searching for Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles, Book 2)

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Written in English


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Edition Notes

Contributionsfull cast (Narrator)
The Physical Object
FormatAudio Cassette
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7946060M
ISBN 100807206334
ISBN 109780807206331

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  Told mainly from the point of view of Mendanbar, Searching for Dragons is a fun, quick read. Filled with malfunctioning magic carpets, giants who plan career changes, and dastardly wizards who would thwart Cimorene and Mendanbar in their quest, /5(). Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Searching for Dragons This is book 2 of the Enchanted Forest Chronicles. Mendanbar, the King of the Enchanted Forest, plays hooky one day and goes for a stroll to the Green Glass pool. He finds a section of the forest destroyed—-apparently by dragons.   What I love about this children’s book is that the heroes and heroines are straightforward, simple, and likable, despite the fact that they have immense magical powers at their command. The addition of wizards, witches, magicians, dragons, and elves only makes the book more fun.   Free Online Library: Searching for Dragons.(Book Review, Audiobook Review, Young Adult Review, Brief Article) by "Kliatt"; Business Publishing industry Library and information science.

Summarize the book: This book is about a boy and his grandfather setting out to look for dragons. There are dragons hidden all over the book, and poor grandpa has a difficult time finding them. This book has a fun story and illustrations that could keep anybody looking for hours to find all of the 76 dragons hidden in plain site/5(46). It seems that the official publication date for Searching for Dragons will be early in , but this is really the third edition of Searching for those who were offended at the religious overtones in the first two editions, or those who would have been offended if they had read one of those editions, this new edition is being promoted as a nonfiction book in pure cryptozoology genre. Searching for Dragons by Patricia C Wrede starting at $ Searching for Dragons has 9 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. The second book in the Enchanted Forest Chronicles. Those wicked wizards are at it again. This time they are draining power from the Enchanted Forest. And that does not sit well with Mendanbar the King. On the advice of the witch Morwen, Mendanbar decides to consult with Kazul, the King of the : Patricia C. Wrede.

  In Searching for Dragons, we unite again with the delightful Cimorene, princess--make that Chief Cook and Librarian--for Kazul, the newly selected King of the Dragons as she seeks once again to thwart the plans of the Society of Wizards to steal untold amounts of magic from the land, this time by attempting to start a distracting war between the realm of dragons and the kingdom of the 5/5(5). Get this from a library! Searching for dragons. [Patricia C Wrede] -- Seeking to find out why and how power is being drained from the Enchanted Forest, King Mendanbar sets out to consult with Kazul, the King of Dragons, and encounters the dragon's princess, Cimorene. Get this from a library! Searching for dragons. [Patricia C Wrede] -- With the aid of King Mandanbar, Princess Cimorene rescues the dragon Kazul and saves the Enchanted Forest from a .   Searching for Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede, This is the second book in The Enchanted Forest Chronicles, continuing the adventures of Princess Cimorene, although the story is told from the point of view of Mendanbar, King of the Enchanted Enchanted Forest is no ordinary kingdom, and Mendanbar is no ordinary king.