Dragon Keepers #6: The Dragon at the North Pole (Paperback)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 6 in the Dragon Keepers series.
- #1: Dragon Keepers #1: The Dragon in the Sock Drawer (Paperback): $7.99
- #2: Dragon Keepers #2: The Dragon in the Driveway (Paperback): $7.99
- #3: Dragon Keepers #3: The Dragon in the Library (Paperback): $7.99
- #4: Dragon Keepers #4: The Dragon in the Volcano (Paperback): $8.99
- #5: Dragon Keepers #5: The Dragon in the Sea (Paperback): $7.99
Perfect for readers who’ve finished Mary Pope Osborne’s Magic Tree House series but who aren’t quite ready for Harry Potter, this accessible fantasy series is imaginative and adventure-filled!
“Funny and wonderfully written. A tall-tale adventure that will grab readers!” —Mary Pope Osborne, author of the Magic Tree House series
In The Dragon at the North Pole, Dragon Keepers Jesse and Daisy wake on Christmas morning to a winter wonderland—it snowed overnight! Knowing that their dragon, Emmy, has never seen snow before, they hurry to the barn only to discover that she’s disappeared. She’s left a note behind: “Gone to help Santa.” Santa?! Can it be true? With the help of two pairs of magic snowshoes, Jesse and Daisy visit the North Pole to find out!
About the Author
Kate Klimo has always believed that Santa Claus is the ultimate and, for many of us, the very first fantasy hero in our lives. When she was a child, she always stayed up late the night before Christmas to see if she could hear the ringing of sleigh bells or the rumble of reindeer's hooves on the roof. To this day, she thinks there is something about Christmas that's just a little bit more magical than any other day of the year.
Kate lives in New Paltz, New York, with her husband and horses. For more information, visit FoundaDragon.org and TheDragonKeepers.com.
"Filled with magic, mythology and mystery, this creative story will enchant longtime fans of the series as well as newcomers. Emmy’s combination of sass and childlike behavior will resonate with young readers heading toward their preteen years." --Kirkus Reviews