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Dealing with dragons
Patricia C. Wrede
Teen Fiction WREDE

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posted May 25, 2014 at 2:46PM
Avatar for Scathach Scathach said:
I really like this book because it relates to all the clasic fairy tales, but also creates some new ones like the enchanted forest — extremely funny.
posted Dec 24, 2009 at 9:50AM
fluffyfeline5 said:
Dealing With Dragons is probably the best book I have ever read! Clever, adventurous, captivating, and a good read for both boys and girls are only a few of the qualities this book has. I reccommend it very highly!
posted Apr 5, 2008 at 12:08PM
a4ever said:
The protagonist is clever and witty. The series is 4 books long and all are quite good.
posted Feb 12, 2008 at 11:38PM
DarkSon said:
A nice twist on classic fantasy tales. Here’s a princess that refuses to "play" the role of princess. A wonderful sense of humor is evident through out the whole series.
posted Jul 3, 2007 at 5:24PM
Anna said:
What I liked about this book was the author's writing style. Her charactes, though not in realistic situations, were belivable. Each character had unique flaws that people reading the book could relate to.
posted Aug 6, 2006 at 9:33PM
Anna said:
What I liked about this book was the author's writing style. Her charactes, though not in realistic situations, were belivable. Each character had unique flaws that people reading the book could relate to.
posted Aug 6, 2006 at 9:33PM
Keagan said:
it was so cool and amazing it a great adventur and very funny i loved it
posted Jul 28, 2006 at 4:49PM
Kylie said:
Cimorene is a princess. not just any princess though, at the age of twelve she secrectly takes fenceing lessons then her parents find out and ban her from it because "it's just not proper." then she takes cooking, Latin, economics, and juggleing the same things happen with her father finding out. when she is 16 her father sends her of tho marry prince Theobald, an airy headed ninny. so she runs away to be a dragons Princess, but not just any dragon, the most dangerous dragon of them all, Kazul. she gets into messes with wizards, a jinn, a bird that would eat her rather then talk, a witch,and a stone prince. this is a really good book. (part of the enchanted forest chronicles)
posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM
Katie said:
'Dealing with Dragons' is an awsome book about a princess that refuses to be proper, a dragon named Kazul, a tidy witch, another princess, another dragon, some wizards, and a couple buckets of soapy water with lemon juice.
posted Mar 9, 2005 at 11:12AM
Hannah said:
This is a hilarious book about Princess Cimorene who runs away from marriage to not-so-bright Prince Therandil. Asking directions from a talking frog, Cimorene ends up as a dragon's princess. Cimorene enjoys her life as Kazul the dragon's princess, but knights and princes who come to rescue her are a constant nuicance. I recommend this book to anyone looking for a fun, fast read.
posted Jan 8, 2005
Alex said:
I would recommend this book to you if you enjoy fantasy books. Dealing with Dragons is a book for people who like dragons, princesses, knights, and wizards. I like this book because it's a suspenseful novel that's a fantasy. I would give this book five stars.
posted May 26, 2004 at 2:41PM
Maria said:
I really enjoyed this book because it had belivable characters,and had a interesting plot.I liked this book because Cimorene (the main character) was just like me.It had everything you want in a good fairy tale. [Series: Enchanted Forest Chronicle #1]
posted Apr 9, 2004
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main characters Cimorene
Age: Teenager
Bored with her proper life at the palace; goes to live with the dragons.

Grumpy; good-hearted; takes on Cimorene as an assistant.

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