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YEAR OF THE GOLDEN DRAGON
B.L.SAUDER

COTEAU BOOKS ( 2010)
PAPERBACK, ages: 8-12
Prod. # 9781550504286
Category: Children's fiction

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A long-lost father.
A mysterious, lethal fire.
The myth of the Black Dragon.
Three pendants of precious jade.

A deadly enemy.

What do all these have to do with a mystery
two thousand years old?

And what strange and magical events
will be revealed in the
Year of the Golden Dragon?

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