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Dragon Brothers Books | Book 2 - The Dragon Tamers

Dragon Brothers Books | Book 2 - The Dragon Tamers
Dragon Brothers Books | Book 2 - The Dragon Tamers
Dragon Brothers Books | Book 2 - The Dragon Tamers
Dragon Brothers Books | Book 2 - The Dragon Tamers
Dragon Brothers Books | Book 2 - The Dragon Tamers
Dragon Brothers Books | Book 2 - The Dragon Tamers
Dragon Brothers Books | Book 2 - The Dragon Tamers
Dragon Brothers Books | Book 2 - The Dragon Tamers
Dragon Brothers Books | Book 2 - The Dragon Tamers

Here the boys discover by accident a map, on which all the familiar landmarks appear to have another, secret name. Fascinated by 'The Dragon Hatchery', they pack up and set off to discover it for themselves. When Paddy sits down on an odd-shaped rock and does a tiny fart, things get a little bit crazy...

The Dragon Tamers is the second of The Dragon Brothers trilogy of children's books. The first book, The Dragon Hunterswas a finalist in the 2013 LIANZA Awards.

Hardcover with colour illustrations 
Published September 2013

About The Author:
James Russell is a first-time children's book author. His day job is that of editor of the New Zealand Herald'€™s newest inserted magazine -€“ Element -€“ a sustainable business and lifestyle magazine. By night and on the weekends he is a father to two young boys and tireless storyteller. dragonbrothersbooks.com

About The Illustrator:
Link Choi is an Auckland-based illustrator and artist, most recently with Weta Studios in Wellington, helping bring to life 'The Hobbit'€™, where he drew 12 hours a day for 18 months. He has illustrated to previous children'€™s books. Further examples of Link's work can be found at linkchoi.carbonmade.com

The Dragon Brothers Trilogy is interactive with augmented reality.  Download the 'AR Reads' app and you are all set.

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$29.95
Price in reward points: 600
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Reward Points: 30
  • Model: DRGN-BRS-DRAGON-TAMERS
  • Weight: 0.00kg
  • ISBN: ISBN: 97804732497