Eddie has travelled with his uncle Morton to Mongolia, in hope of being one of the few to watch the Great Dragon Battle Ceremony. But wild dragons are not nearly so friendly as pet ones, and the inhospitable mountains are a dangerous place to be stuck with nothing but a pile of chocolate bars. Meanwhile, back at home, Mum can't quite believe her son has really run off to Mongolia, and now she has been left with the tricky task of dragonsitting . . .
Told in emails between Eddie and his mum, The Dragonsitter in the Land of the Dragons is an extra actionpacked tale of misunderstandings, monsters and Mars bars.
This is Book 10 in the The Dragonsitter Series Series. See all The Dragonsitter Series books here.
"Dear Mum, I have to tell you something. I am not in Glasgow with Uncle Morton. We are actually a bit further away. In fact we are 4,329 further away. I know we said we were going to Glasgow for the weekend, but that wasn't exactly true. Instead we got on a plane to Mongolia. I hope you don't mind. Could you dragonsit till we're back?"
The first book in this series was shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize.
Joshua Doder is the pseudonym of Josh Lacey, the author of Bearkeeper and the Misfitz Mysteries. He worked as a journalist, a screenwriter and a teacher before writing his first book for children, A Dog Called Grk. He lives in London with his wife and daughter.More about Josh Lacey
Garry Parsons Biography
Garry Parsons is a popular British illustrator who has illustrated many well-loved children's books as well as provided illustrations for magazines, newspapers and adverts.
Garry studied Fine Art at Canterbury University before going on to study Illustration at the University of Brighton.
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