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While the characters are sometimes simplistically drawn, adults and children will have fun tracing the sources of the various fairy tales Wrede plunders for her story. Dealing with Dragons is the first book in the Enchanted Forest Chronicles, and most young readers will want to devour the entire series. (Ages 10 and older) --Claire Dederer --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I read this book about four times and the sequels twice each.
In the process she makes friends like the dragon Kazul, Alianora the neighboring captured princess, a stone prince, and Morwen the witch.
This is a great, memorable book with wonderful characters, good humor, an imaginative plot, with twists and turns, and it's well written.
I have had this book on my bookshelf to read for a very very long time. This was a cute fantasy read with a lot of humor in it, I enjoyed it and think it would be best suited to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karissa Eckert
Dealing with dragons
We got Cimorene a princess, that unlike all princesses she wants to learn things like reading, magic, politics instead of dancing, how to behave ladylike... Read more
There is a consistent break in audio between 3:12 and 3:33 playing through the audible app for windows phone. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Daniel Magnusson
One of my daughter's favorite books. I found it a delight from start to finish. A rational and plucky heroine.Published 4 months ago by Reviewer
I cannot believe I didn't read these as a kid. I remember picking them up more than once in the school library and then just...putting them back. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Faith
I was introduced to this book by a friend when I was in eighth grade, and it's been a favorite ever since! Cimorene is hilarious, and the way the Patricia C. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I read this series as a girl and bought it as a stocking stiffer for my neicePublished 5 months ago by Ashley