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Billy has heard there is a hole in the ozone layer at the North Pole. With the help of a polar bear, he set out to try to repair the hole.
When Darryl finds an injured racing pigeon, he nurses it back to health and hopes to return it to its rightful owner. When he learns that the owner might kill the untraceable bird, Daryl decides to keep the pigeon.
Jack buys an old stuffed bear at a thrift shop, planning to draw it for his art project. But that bear gets him into a whole lot of trouble.
How far would you go to protect what you love — even if it's just a baby pigeon?
David Rain is a student, desperate to find lodgings. When he moves in to Wayward Crescent with Mrs. Pennykettle and her daughter, he realizes he's also sharing the house with dragons!
The dragon lore and backgrounds first introduced in The Fire Within continues in Icefire with David now in college. The series continues with the exciting Fire Star and David's involvement with polar bears as well as dragons. Both of these are most appropriate for kids 11-14 years old. Dark Fire is the 2010 addition to the dragon lore series.
Robin can't get a part in the school production of Peter Pan, but two days before the first show, one of the lead actors gets sick. Can Robin save the day?
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