Dragons are ravaging the land, and it is up to the young Prince Kan to deal with them. In overcoming the dragons of Fear, Anger, Doubt and others, he learns about the qualities of character needed in a true citizen of the future land of Rizvania.
Many people have told me about this book over the years, and Arlene Jenrich even begged me to reprint it. I wasn’t able to, but fortunately George Ronald has. Spread the word that this classic of Baha’i children’s literature is finally back!
This is a great companion to Dragon Quest. Both are early chapter books for 7-10 year-olds that teach about virtues. This one is about 1/3 the length of Dragon Quest and might be better for the younger end of the 7-10 age range, depending on reading skill. Both have B&W illustrations.
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