Annotations for Dragon Castle


Baker & Taylor
Frustrated by subjects who seem incapable of thought, young Prince Rashko tackles a dual challenge in the form of his parents' disappearances and an impending invasion by the evil Baron Temny, a situation that forces Rashko to tame a dragon and hone his sword-fighting skills. By the author of Code Talker.

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Baker & Taylor
Young prince Rashko, aided by wise old Georgi, must channel the power of his ancestor Pavol the great, and harness a magical dragon to face the evil Baron Temny after the foolish King and Queen go missing.

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Baker & Taylor
Young prince Rashko, aided by wise old Georgi, must channel the power of his ancestor, Pavol the great, and harness a magical dragon to face the evil Baron Temny after the foolish King and Queen go missing.

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Penguin Putnam
Young Prince Rashko is frustrated with his family - no one does any thinking but him! The kingdom and castle seem to be in the hands of fools. So when Rashko's parents mysteriously disappear and the evil Baron Temny parks his army outside the castle walls, it is up to the young prince to save the day. But there is more to this castle and its history than meets the eye, and Rashko will have to embrace his ancestry, harness a dragon, and use his sword-fighting skills to stop the baron and save the kingdom. Along the way, he realizes that his family is not quite as stupid as he always thought.

Master storyteller Joseph Bruchac, known for his smart, gripping Native American books, here combines his signature action and adventure with a large dose of humor, which just brings this story to a whole new level.



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