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Dragon Times-bookcover

By: Anita Mulvey

Dragon Times

Pages: 82 Ratings: 5.0
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Have you ever wondered if dragons are real?

Well, of course they are real. Just because you haven’t ever seen one, it doesn’t mean that dragons don’t exist. The sad truth is that there are not many left nowadays. In times gone by, we humans lived very happily with dragons by our sides. But times change; nothing stays the same for ever.

In extraordinary times, extraordinary things can happen. And these are most definitely extraordinary times. A dreadful virus is sweeping through the country – around the whole world, in fact – with consequences for us all.

But in these troubled times, siblings Alexander and Lily discover many positives as they embark on an adventure into the unknown. Along the way they find that lots of important lessons are not learned in school!

Dragon Times is a heart-warming, inspirational tale of generosity, resilience and hope. Definitely hope!

Anita Mulvey had always dreamed of being a writer although it wasn’t until something strange happened that she was finally able to begin writing in earnest. In April 2018, Anita suddenly went blind and eventually retired from primary school teaching, a job she loved. But this unexpected event enabled her to embark on her journey to become an author. Anita says that positive outcomes can occur even when we are faced with adversity – never give up hope!

Born and raised in Aldershot, Hampshire, Anita now lives very happily on the wonderful Isle of Man.

Customer Reviews
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2 reviews
  • Jenifer Restall

    A lovely book for Junior Age children. Well written, well presented and with stimulating vocabulary. A lovely balanced story, with interesting characters. Looking forward to the author's next book!

  • Fiona L

    My 8 year old daughter really enjoyed reading this herself. The descriptive text meant she could imagine being part of the story.
    Sparky was her favourite dragon and Lily her favourite character.
    The short chapters made it easy to be picked up and put down whilst allowing my daughter to feel she was progressing well through the book.

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