Searching for Dragons

Searching for Dragons

Book - 2002
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Princess Cimorene enlists the help of Mendanbar, King of the Enchanted Forest, to join her quest to save the kidnapped king of the dragons Kazul.
Publisher: San Diego : Magic Carpet Books, 2002, c1991
Edition: 1st Magic Carpet Books ed
ISBN: 9780152045654
0152045651
Branch Call Number: J PB W
Characteristics: 242 p. ;,18 cm

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CeliaoftheStorm
Jul 05, 2017

An equally marvelous sequel to Dealing with Dragons, this book introduces the reader to Mendanbar, King of the Enchanted Forest, who joins Princess Cimorene on a quest to locate the missing King Kazul. The book is as witty and enjoyable as the previous one, seamlessly balancing new characters and locales with favorites from Cimorene's previous adventure!

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hiking_mama
Mar 16, 2015

My seven year old loved this book!

Kdmullerspy Jun 21, 2014

Awesome book! I LOVE Mendenbar!!!! He and Cimorene are sooooo cute together!!!

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ychi
Jun 22, 2013

A wonderful sequel to the first, here we get Mendanbar's frank and open perspective as he and Cimorene meet a variety of diverse, entertaining new characters along a suitably twisty plot.

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jennybeast
Aug 19, 2012

And now a story from the Prince’s perspective – only he’s a king, King Mandanbar, the King of the Enchanted Wood. And even though everyone thinks he needs to get married, since he’s overworked, he absolutely refuses to have anything to do with princesses. Luckily for him, Cimorene is not your ordinary princess, and when she needs some assistance rescuing the King of the Dragons, Mandanbar gets the chance to get to know her. Solid and entertaining fantasy, with no cloying sweetness or condescending manners.

crystal_dark Oct 03, 2011

I loved this book and did not want to put it down! It is a fantastic book filled with magic and a bit of romance thrown in. This book has a bunch of really interesting and fun characters that create humor and cause this book to be a really fun and enjoyable read.

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Sep 30, 2011

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