Ferno the Fire Dragon

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Scholastic, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 78 pages
77 Reviews
One boy's journey to help his village becomes a quest to save the kingdom. Features a fearsome new beast in every book!

Strange things are happening in Tom's village. First, the horses were attacked. Then, the river dried up. Now, the last of the crops has mysteriously burnt to the ground. Everyone is terrified. But Tom isn't afraid. He's always dreamed of a quest-a real quest!-and vows to go to the king and bring help for them all.
But Tom soon learns that his village is not the only one in trouble. People are in trouble all over the kingdom. Hope is nearly lost. That is, until Tom is sent on the greatest quest of all--the Beast Quest.

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Beast quest is the 2nd best story in my life.It has many interesting facts.I think that the writer has to put a bit more pictures and more interesting facts in the books.
BRAVO!!! ^_^

Review: Ferno The Fire Dragon (Beast Quest #1)

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I LIKED THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT HAD SOME PICTURES AND A WONDERFUL CLIMAX. FOR EXAMPLE, WHEN TOM JUMPED INTO THE BOILING, BURNING VOLCANO. I ALSO LIKED THE BOOK BECAUSE WHEN TOM GOES INTO BATTLE HE FIGHT WHAT LOOKS TO BE A HORRIBLE BATTLE. Read full review

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Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2007)

Adam Blade is in his late twenties, and was born in Kent, England. His parents were both history teachers and amateur artists, and Adam grew up surrounded by his father's paintings of historic English battles which left a lifelong mark on his imagination. He was also fascinated by the ancient sword and shield that hung in his father's office. Adam’s father said they were a Blade family heirloom.

Sadly, Adam does not have his own Ice Dragon or Ghost Panther. But he really wishes he did!

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