The Dragon of Mith

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Prize-Winning fantasy novel to make you laugh. And bite your nails! For readers 7 to 70. A dragon arrives in the town of Mith, and everyone takes fright and runs! Except a young girl, Krissy, who thinks to ask the dragon why he's come. Slowly she discovers some amazing things about him. And about her town! A funny dragon story full of secrets and surprises. More

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About Kate Walker

Hi, I'm Kate Walker.

I live in Australia and I've been writing since 1977, and I love it. Writing is the only thing I want to do when I get up in the morning. I'd write all day long if I could. Which is just as well, because I'm one of the slowest writers on the planet. It takes me an age to write anything. I do dozens of drafts. Even a short story can take me years to complete.

Because of the vast differences in what I write – Children’s Books, YA & Adult stories – I've posted my work on separate web pages. Please see:
www.katewalkerwriter4children.com - & - www.katewalkeraustralia.com

I also taught Creative Writing for 20+ years and I’ve just published two booklets of exercises that cover the creative approach I developed. Because my first classes were with students with learning difficulties, I had to find a whole new way of teaching writing … and I did. Please see: www.creativewritingclassroom.com

There's an accomplished Romance writer of the same name – Kate Walker. She’s from the UK and publishes with Mills & Boon and Harlequin. If you’ve come to this page looking for her, you’ll find her home page at: www.kate-walker.com Greetings, Kate.

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Review by: Inge Bremer on Feb. 07, 2012 :
Couldn't stop smiling. What a lovely book not only for children, but also for the adult who reads it to them: many subtle references that only adults would understand.
Definitely something to remember and cite. Inge
(reviewed long after purchase)

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