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Dugald A. Steer
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Groentje in het Nederlands
Groentje in het Nederlands rated it 2 years ago
(In het Nederlands gelezen) Ik had dit boek graag moeten lezen toen ik een kind was. Het is een goed geschreven boek dat plaatsvindt in Victoriaans Engeland, vol met draken en spannende avonturen. Er is veel nadruk in het boek op het belang van lezen - belangrijk te weten zo veel mogelijk over dra...
Opinions of Saturn
Opinions of Saturn rated it 3 years ago
Thanks to an errant Tumblr post, I recently found myself reminiscing on my childhood obsession with Ancient Egypt. Books, video games, movies-- I devoured anything and everything related to pharaohs or pyramids with zeal.And of course, like any aspiring eleven-year-old archaeologist, I had a copy of...
RedT Reads Randomly
RedT Reads Randomly rated it 5 years ago
Egyptology is presented as a scrapbook of an amateur archeologist, Emily Sands, who traveled to Cairo and beyond in 1926 in search of a lost tomb. She was in possession of a rediscovered papyrus with a map, and intended to discover the tomb of the god, Osiris. The book looks as if it has been...
XLeptodactylous
XLeptodactylous rated it 5 years ago
There is little less satisfying for a drain lover than to be confronted with a real dragon. Sadly, this never happens and a model is provided, instead. Though not strictly "truth", so many things can be taken from this and referenced in accordance with actual dragon lore.
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 6 years ago
Following on from the very successful Dragonology books this is a story of two children being introduced to the world of Dragonologists. With one man trying to keep Dragons safe and another trying to gain power, particularly over Dragons. Interesting illustrations, the story is somewhat flat and s...
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