Dragon's Breath by E. D. Baker
(Tales of the Frog Princess)

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Emma and Eadric have no sooner turned back into humans (from being frogs) than Emma's mother is in a panic, Aunt Grassina is distracted because she's found her true love turned into an otter, and Emma's magic is so out of control she sends herself to the dungeon by mistake. The neighboring kingdom has chosen this moment to attack, and if Emma can't get Grassina's mind back on protecting the kingdom, life as they know it in Greater Greensward will be in peril. From underwater sea monsters to fire-breathing dragons, this witty pair of young friends manages to sweet-talk, cajole, and race their way to victory. But when it looks as if everything will finally work out, disaster strikes, and Emma finds that magic is not enough-it takes real bravery and a strong, new friendship to succeed.

About E. D. Baker

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E. D. Baker is the author of The Tales of the Frog Princess series, including The Frog Princess, which was in part the inspiration for a new Disney movie which will be released this fall (The Princess and the Frog). Baker is also the author of Wings: A Fairy Tale and The Wide-Awake Princess. She lives with her family and many pets in Maryland. Visit www.edbakerbooks.com
Published December 1, 2008 by Bloomsbury USA Childrens. 321 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Meanwhile, her aunt Grassina is completely focused on her true love (who has been turned into an otter), and Greater Greensward is in danger, unless Emma can convince Grassina to protect the kingdom with magic.

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