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Maîtres Des Dragons: N° 13 - l'Oeil Du Dragon Du Séisme (Paperback)

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By Tracey West, Daniel Griffo (Illustrator)
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Maldred, le magicien mal fique, s'est empar du cercle d'or et du cercle d'argent Gr ce ceux-ci, il peut maintenant contr ler Naga, un puissant dragon capable de causer des's ismes. Ce dernier vit dans un temple secret au centre de la Terre... et Maldred est en route vers sa cachette Yoann et ses amis, Jeanne et Darma, doivent se rendre au temple pour arr ter le magicien. Qu'y trouveront-ils au temple? R ussiront-ils vaincre Maldred une fois pour toutes?

Dark wizard Maldred has stolen the Gold and Silver Keys With these keys, he can now control the Naga: a powerful dragon who can cause terrible earthquakes. The Naga lives in a secret temple in the center of the earth . . . and Maldred is on his way there Yoann and his friends Jean and Darma travel to the temple to try to stop him. What will they find there? Will the Dragon Masters defeat Maldred once and for all?

Original title: Eye of the Earthquake Dragon

About the Author


Tracey West a crit plus de 200 livres pour enfants et jeunes adultes, y compris les s ries Pixie Tricks et Hiro's Quest. Ses romans bas s sur la s rie t l vis e Pok mon ont figur au palmar s du New York Times. Tracey habite la vall e d'Hudson, dans l' tat de New York. Daniel Griffo vit en Argentine. En tant qu'illustrateur pigiste, Daniel a travaill pour de nombreuses grandes entreprises, dont Warner, DC et Disney. Son portfolio est diversifi: images traditionnelles et num riques, bandes dessin es, lettrage et d veloppement de personnages. Tracey West has written more than two hundred books for children and young adults, including the Pixie Tricks and Hiro's Quest series. She has appeared on the New York Times bestseller list as author of the Pok mon chapter book adaptations. Tracey currently lives in New York State's Hudson Valley. Daniel Griffo lives in Argentina. As a freelance illustrator, Daniel has worked for many large companies, including Warner, DC, and Disney. His portfolio includes traditional and digital images, comic-book art, lettering, and character development.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781443177948
ISBN-10: 1443177946
Publisher: Scholastic
Publication Date: October 1st, 2019
Pages: 96
Language: French
Series: Maitres Des Dragons

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