You can also find out about Sara Ogilvie, who did all the wonderful artwork for the books.
Happy dragon growing!
Short-listed for the Waterstones
Children's Book Prize 2019
Long-listed for the Blue Peter Book Award 2019
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What if dragons really did grow on trees?
‘Funny, original, imaginative, full of charm (and talons) – a truly lovely debut’
Kiran Millwood Hargrave - The Girl of Ink and Stars
'Brimming with warmth and humour, this debut had me absolutely charmed.'
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Mold and the Poison Plot
Dragon artwork courtesy of Sara Ogilvie (illustrator) & Nick Stearn (cover design)
Dragon fruit photographs by Aura Cuevas