The Dragon of the Dolomites by Scott William Carter

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Dragons, glass boys, and multiplying cats . . . From award-winning writer Scott William Carter comes a collection of four spellbinding fantasy tales geared toward younger readers -- and the young at heart.

THE DRAGON OF THE DOLOMITES
 
Everyone knows dragons are the vainest of all creatures.  And if you're the last dragon?  You're the vainest of them all. 
THE HUMAN ADDICT:  A DRAGON'S TALE

Dragons didn't need to eat but once every full moon, so gluttony was considered the worst of their crimes. The fascinating tale of one dragon's struggle with a rather unusual addiction.

SHATTERBOY

A short, powerful tale about a woman who finds a glass boy in a recycling transfer station -- and how the few days with him change both of their lives.

THE PROBLEM WITH POLLY

How many cats is too many? One? Ten? A thousand? When Nathan Randall awakes one morning to find a strange tortoise shell cat sitting on his dresser, he's soon struggling with the most unusual problem of his life. 

Praise for Other Works by Scott William Carter:

"...touching and impressive...Carter's writing is on target." - Publishers Weekly

"...compelling...good choice for reluctant readers..." - School Library Journal
 

About Scott William Carter

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Published April 5, 2011 by Flying Raven Press. 78 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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