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The Dragon Ark: Join the Quest to Save the Rarest Dragon on Earth (Hardcover)
"The mother of dragon books! Climb aboard The Dragon Ark, an enormous sea-faring vessel that fits more dragons than you can imagine. As a new Apprentice, you'll join Curatoria Draconis, The Dragon Protector, and the Ark's dedicated dragon research team to search for an elusive (and nearly extinct) species. Collect clues as you navigate the world, exploring the continents' vast and varied dragon species. The gorgeous illustrations and fascinating details will have dragon fans flipping pages in pursuit of the celestial dragon... and possibly making a new discovery along the way."
— Jennifer B.
Join the Dragon Protector on her quest to find the rarest dragon in the world in The Dragon Ark—featuring illustrations by Tomislav Tomic.
With dragon numbers in rapid decline, time is running out to ensure the survival of the species. Curatoria Draconis, also known as the Dragon Protector, is on a mission to find the rarest dragon on Earth: the Chinese Celestial Dragon.
Aboard the Dragon Ark, you’ll travel all over the globe and see some of the most incredible dragons—care for Deep-Sea Dragons off the coast of New Zealand, journey into the Amazon Rainforest to spot plant-loving Parvula Dragons, and trek alongside the Ice Dragons in Antarctica. Journey around the world to seek out secretive and magnificent beasts, to observe and protect them in their natural habitat.
“A stimulating voyage for hatchling dragonologists.” —Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
Curatoria Draconis is the world’s leading dragon conservationist, according to bestselling Ology author Emma Roberts. She travels the world to protect dragons and educate people about them on all continents.
Emma Roberts is an award-winning editor and author from London. She has always been a die-hard fan of fantasy and has the tattoos to show for it. With no dragons needing homes in Cheltenham, where she now lives, she has instead adopted a rescue dog she has named Frodo.
"A stimulating voyage for hatchling dragonologists." — Kirkus Reviews