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There is a new page on my website. It is called Carole’s Dragon Tour of Melbourne. It is a walk around the city of Melbourne, Australia to view our dragons. Melbourne has quite a few dragons, and I’ve been thinking for a while that I wanted to let more people know about them and devise … Continued
I recently received an email from a reader in the US. She was taking issue with the Chinese language puzzles that feature in Dragon Moon. She was learning Chinese and she thought I had got something wrong. I realised that her confusion was because the illustrations of the map that Ping follows don’t appear in … Continued
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A batch of Dragonkeeper-inspired artwork by students from Sycamore Elementary School at Simi Valley, California USA, has just been added to the readers’ art page.
Portuguese and French covers have been added the Garden of the Purple Dragon, and a US cover has been added for Dragon Moon. Carole’s Children’s Book Council of Australia shortlistings and notable book listings for 2008 have also been added for Dragon Moon, Ned Kelly’s Jerilderie Letter and The Dragon Companion.
Covers for the Spanish edition of Dragon Moon and the Greek edition of Dragonkeeper have just been added.
Nine pieces of art from children at Molesworth Primary School in Tasmania are now up on the readers’ art page.
There’s a new overseas cover up on the Dragonkeeper page. Click here to see the cover to A Guardiã do Dragão, the Portuguese edition of Dragonkeeper.
Hello everyone. Artwork from Cranbrook Junior School has just been added to the art page.