“Everyone knows dragons don’t exist...” Along with their new cave in the Scottish Highlands, young dragons Emily and Tom have found a kindly protector in the mountain giant Ben McIlwhinnie. But Emily still longs for a friend. Her search brings Desmond, a wild and colourful
traveller, who takes the family on an adventurous journey.Along the way Emily gets her wish, Tom gets a fright and finds a hero, and there are plenty of surprises in store for all the family. (Whoever expected elephants...?)This is the second of the Dragon Tales Chronicles.Praise for Dragon Tales I:
Quest for a Cave (Amazon reviews):‘If you like stories of adventure, dragons and something a bit different, this is the book for you!’‘A great children's story with lots of interest and plots to keep you guessing. Lovely illustrations enhance the story. Looking forward to the next
book.’‘Truly delightful… a charming read for any age.’
“Everyone knows dragons don’t exist...” Des, the wild Travelling dragon, takes far too many risks with Humans. His adventures are full of narrow escapes. While he is away, Tom and Emily enjoy an exciting summer with Alice and Ollie and some unexpected visitors. And when
Des returns, things get even more adventurous!There are close encounters with seals and whales, fierce birds and Humans – and even a train…This is the third of the Dragon Tales Chronicles.Praise for the Dragon Tales books (Amazon reviews): ‘If you like stories of
adventure, dragons and something a bit different, this is the book for you!’‘A great children's story with lots of interest and plots to keep you guessing. Lovely illustrations enhance the story. Looking forward to the next book.’‘Truly delightful… a charming read for
Spring is coming, the snow is melting and the young dragons are growing up. There are quarrels and new alliances, a family problem to solve, a desperate hunt and help from unexpected friends.Soon Emily and her family must leave the Castle and head home to Ben McIlwhinnie and their Scottish Glen,
where Tom gets a shock, Lily finds playmates and Emily faces the biggest challenge of her life. There is excitement but also sadness in this, the sixth and last volume of the Dragon Tales Chronicles.
'Everyone knows dragons don’t exist...' The arrival of bossy Aunt Angelica in Ollie and Alice’s woodland camp causes all sorts of problems. Finally Ollie can stand it no longer. To the horror of the dragon families, he disappears! There’s a real danger he will be discovered by
Humans. Can he be found before it’s too late? Where is Des when he’s most needed? It’s Emily and Alice to the rescue! This is the fourth of the Dragon Tales Chronicles. Written by Judy Hayman and beautifully illustrated by Caroline Wolfe Murray, this enchanting series of tales
about a Scottish Blue family of dragons living in the Highlands of Scotland, trying to avoid being discovered by Humans, is perfect for children aged 6 to 10.