Digory and the Lost King by Angela McAllister

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Since defeating a nasty dragon and becoming a knight, Digory has been quite happy living at Widget Castle, where he spends lots of time with his best friend, Princess Enid, playing the lute and writing beautiful songs.Unfortunately, King Widget's gone missing and Digory must be the one to find him. Full of jousting matches, fire-breathing baby dragons, a feisty princess, and a mysterious wizard, readers will love this delightful sequel to Digory the Dragon Slayer.

About Angela McAllister

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Author and illustrator Angela McAllister lives in a sixteenth-century cottage on the edge of Dorset Downs in England with her husband and two children. She has written over thirty books for children and has illustrated books of poetry, adult non-fiction, and some of her children's books.
Published January 8, 2013 by Bloomsbury USA Childrens. 128 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Propelled from idle layabout to reluctant knight in Digory the Dragon Slayer (2006), the peace-loving lad—who, as the author puts it, is "just a bit older than you"—sets out along with intrepid best friend Princess Enid to recover the suddenly vanished King Widget.

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