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This is book number 2 in the Dragons in a Bag series.
- #1: Dragons in a Bag (Hardcover): $16.99
Stealing a baby dragon was easy! Hiding it is a little more complicated, in this sequel to reviewer favorite Dragons in a Bag.
Jaxon had just one job--to return three baby dragons to the realm of magic. But when he got there, only two dragons were left in the bag. His best friend's sister, Kavita, is a dragon thief!
Kavita only wanted what was best for the baby dragon. But now every time she feeds it, the dragon grows and grows! How can she possibly keep it secret? Even worse, stealing it has upset the balance between the worlds. The gates to the other realm have shut tight! Jaxon needs all the help he can get to find Kavita, outsmart a trickster named Blue, and return the baby dragon to its true home.
PRAISE FOR DRAGONS IN A BAG:
"Good, solid fantasy fun." --Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"A promising start to a new series." --School Library Journal, starred review
About the Author
Zetta Elliott was born in Canada and moved to the United States in 1994. She is the author of over twenty-five books for young readers, including the award-winning picture books Bird and Melena's Jubilee. She is also a contributor to the anthology We Rise, We Resist, We Raise Our Voices, published by Crown Books for Young Readers. Elliott is an advocate for greater diversity and equity in publishing. A longtime resident of Brooklyn, she currently lives in Illinois. Learn more at zettaelliott.com and follow her on Twitter (@zettaelliott) and on Facebook (Author Zetta Elliott).
“This satisfying follow-up will leave readers hoping for more magical adventures with lovable Jax and company.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Readers will be invested in the boys’ unlikely friendship, and the bullying theme will resonate with many…. An adventurous, fantastical read.” — Booklist
“This quick-paced, suspenseful, and entertaining sequel leaves readers ready for Kavita, Jaxon, and Vikram’s next adventure." —The Horn Book