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Dragon's First Christmas - Dragon Eggs #3 - cover

Dragon's First Christmas - Dragon Eggs #3

Emily Martha Sorensen

Publisher: Emily Martha Sorensen

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Virgil didn't mean to sneeze and burn down the Christmas tree.  But it was hot, and bright, and pretty! 
His parents, Rose and Henry, are exasperated.  Raising a baby dragon is hard enough; now they have to worry about their safety. 
Can they solve this problem in time for Christmas?

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