Kumiko and the Dragon's Secret

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Univ. of Queensland Press, 2010 - Fiction - 81 pages
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"Kumiko and the Dragon's Secret" continues the fantasy adventure of Kumiko, a young Japanese girl who is guarded by the dragon, Tomodo. Danger surrounds Kumiko's family. The sinister shadow catchers kidnap Kumiko's sister, Arisu, seeking to absorb the dragons' magical powers through the royal human bloodline of Kumiko's family. Kumiko is the only one who can defeat the shadow catchers. She alone has the power to rescue her little sister and to restore order to the magical world of the dragons. But can she get there in time?
 

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Contents

Chapter one
1
Chapter two
8
Chapter three
21
Chapter four
31
Chapter five
43
Chapter six
51
Chapter seven
62
Chapter eight
74
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About the author (2010)

Born in Western Australia in 1984, Briony Stewart grew up in the inner city suburbs of Perth, peeping over alleyway fences in search of great mysteries and honing her excellent tree climbing abilities. Despite dabbling in entomology, crime solving and a desire to own a deli, Briony showed a talent for both art and writing during her school years. At fifteen she decided she would not be happy unless she could become both an author and an artist. After receiving a scholarship from the Art Gallery of Western Australia Briony went on to study a double degree in fine art and creative writing at Curtin University. Shortly after graduating, she published her first book, Kumiko and the Dragon, which won the Aurealis award for children's short fiction, and was a CBCA notable book of 2008. Briony currently lives in Perth with her husband Harry and their beloved pet rabbit Winston, writing and illustrating for children.

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