The Dragon & the Garden

The Dragon & the Garden

Author: Nathan D. Wilson

Publisher: Canon Press & Book Service

Published: 2007

Total Pages: 32

ISBN-13: 9781591280446

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Prepare to see the Garden of Eden as you always wished you could -- tangible, leaves rustling, the scent of fruit on the breeze. Nathan Wilson and Peter Bentley weave the story of our first parents with wild realism, but also a childlike honesty and clarity that bring new depth to an old truth. Ages 4 and up.


Gardening at the Dragon's Gate

Gardening at the Dragon's Gate

Author: Wendy Johnson

Publisher: Bantam

Published: 2008

Total Pages: 466

ISBN-13: 0553378031

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Johnson and Te Salle deliver a meditative, beautifully illustrated yet profoundly practical book that takes readers deep into the natural world and into a new understanding of the art of gardening.


The Dragon in the Garden

The Dragon in the Garden

Author: Reginald Maddock

Publisher: Heinemann International Incorporated

Published: 1969

Total Pages: 168

ISBN-13: 9780435124748

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An adolescent boy attending school for the first time finds himself on a collision course with the feared school bully.


Dragon & Rose Garden

Dragon & Rose Garden

Author: Sus van Elzen

Publisher: Blue Kingfisher

Published: 2009

Total Pages: 220

ISBN-13:

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In this book, Sus Van Elzen investigates the transformation of China from 1949 to 2008, with a particular focus on artists and architects. The makeover of Beijing in particular has been driven not only by economic factors but also by the governing regime's cultural and political agenda. As Van Elzen demonstrates, the resultant conflict presents some unprecedented creative challenges.


The Dragon and the Garden

The Dragon and the Garden

Author: Nate Wilson

Publisher: Canon Press

Published: 2007

Total Pages:

ISBN-13: 9781944503765

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Prepare to see the Garden of Eden as you always wished you could: tangible, leaves rustling, the scent of fruit on the breeze. N.D. Wilson and Peter Bentley weave the story of our first parents with wild realism, but also a childlike honesty and clarity that bring new depth to an old truth. Ages 4 and up. Now available only in paperback.


The Dragon Garden

The Dragon Garden

Author: Koos Verkaik

Publisher: Pharos Books Private Limited

Published: 2022-12-28

Total Pages: 162

ISBN-13: 9391384048

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King Clover and his sons are at their wits' end. A huge army come marching up to Cloverland! Francis Fray the First wants to conquer Cloverland… This is a disaster! What has to be done now? Of course little Alex comes up with a plan. Together with his best friend, Ludo the wolpertinger, he goes back to the mysterious Downhills to collect a great number of dangerous monsters and dragons! Soon castle Robber's Nest is changed into a gigantic dragon garden! Will Alex succeed to make King Francis and his army take flight? Just imagine… dragons higher than the highest castle tower, ugly monsters the size of a barn… Who wouldn't be frightened for creatures like that? Together with the wolpertinger, Alex manages to save all the problems again… 'Dutchy' Koos Verkaik is one of the most productive authors of the moment. He wrote sixty books, both novels and children's books, published in Dutch and English. He works hard on this series now: Alex and the Wolpertinger! Book 6 in this series: Rusty Iron


The Dragon's Garden: Weapons of the Fae Queen, Book 4

The Dragon's Garden: Weapons of the Fae Queen, Book 4

Author: Taya Rune

Publisher: Purple Realm Publishing

Published: 2023-11-02

Total Pages: 190

ISBN-13: 1922604518

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A lost magic. An unusual gift. A lonely princess. Two precious artifacts have been stolen and it’s now critical for the Weapons of the Fae Queen to discover if the third one remains safe, but they must do it without raising suspicions of anyone involved. Calliope comes up with a ludicrous plan on gaining access to the final artifact in what is considered the most dangerous place in the Enchanted Underworld, The Dragon’s Garden. It is definitely the boldest thing the team has ever considered, but they are getting desperate. Relying on two men she has no reason to trust, can she uncover the truth and not lose her heart while doing it? As this mystery unravels it appears that the fate of more than the Enchanted Underworld is in danger. Chaos is sticking true to his chosen name and his goal will become clearer and more sinister as they race to stop him. Steamy Paranormal Mystery Romance


The Dragon Garden

The Dragon Garden

Author: Yair Malino-Goldstein

Publisher: Independently Published

Published: 2021-03-26

Total Pages: 60

ISBN-13:

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Like people, bearded dragons are omnivores, which means they eat all kinds of things. They eat insects including crickets, cockroaches, and lots of fruit leaves and vegetables. With a little work 25 percent or more of a young, bearded dragon's food can come from a garden. As beardies get older, you can give them more vegetables and fruit leaves, and less insects. Some sources recommend 20 percent insects and 80 percent vegetables for adult dragons.In the Dragon Garden we will focus on eight plants that can help feed your bearded dragon all summer long and throughout the year. The four perennials are grape vines, raspberry bushes, strawberry plants, and asparagus. Four garden annuals planted each year from seeds are kale, arugula, radish greens, and mustard greens. Greens from an organic garden are the best thing for a bearded dragon and can be fun and educational to grow. Variety is the key to a healthy bearded dragon. With a wide range of different kinds of leaves, your bearded dragon will get many needed nutrients.Note that many veterinarians recommend giving bearded dragons only crickets and insects that have been purchased at a store rather than caught in the garden, so focus on growing leaves for your beardie.The fruit produced in the garden is best consumed by children and adults, rather than the dragon. Fruits, like strawberries, raspberries, and grapes, should be given infrequently or not at all to bearded dragons. Many sources recommend adding fruit to the beardie's diet only once or twice a month. In the wild, bearded dragons live as solitary creatures in warm and arid areas of Australia. They favor deserts, subtropical woodlands, savannahs, and scrublands. Since they are omnivores, they eat insects, leaves, flowers, fruit and even small lizards or rodents. Wild bearded dragons also eat tree leaves, including mulberry trees. While much of a bearded dragon's food can come from a garden bed, other food can be picked from nature or picked from other plants that are part of the yard or landscaping. Make sure what you are picking for the dragon has not been sprayed with pesticides.Wildcrafting is the art of harvesting food that you have not planted in a garden, specifically for picking. If you look around your house at the trees and flowers, there may be some leaves you can wildcraft for your dragon. Dragon food also grows as weeds like dandelions and on trees like maple leaves.


Gus the Garden Dragon

Gus the Garden Dragon

Author: J. Steven Young

Publisher: Just for Kids

Published: 2016-09-14

Total Pages: 58

ISBN-13: 9781943924165

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A fairy named Opal shirks her responsibilities and is unable to provide garden seeds to a young gnome named Felix on planting day. Felix takes it upon himself to enter the dark garden without permission to retrieve the lost seeds. Though frightened, Opal feels she must follow Felix into the forbidden place. Plans go awry for the fairy and gnome when they encounter a dragon who lurks in the dark and mysterious overgrowth. Without a thought for Felix, Opal flees, leaving him to an unknown fate. Many lessons are learned when the fairies and gnomes confront Gus the dragon in an assumed rescue of Felix. What they learn about misconceptions and rumors is just one thing the reader will take away from this light and heartening story.