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Unfortunately, or fortunately, as it may be, the audience that the frog sends her to seek happens to be dragons. Who might want to eat her but they'd rather not Using her wits, Cimorene talks her way into being a dragon's princess. Kazul is the awesome dragon, who agrees to dealing with dragons her on.
Contrary to popular beliefs, not every dragon wants a princess. Dragons aren't required to have princesses, dealing with dragons see.
Most of us don't. There are never enough to go around, and some of us prefer not to have to deal dealing with dragons the annoyances that come with them. It's the equivalent of, oh, serving expensive imported fruit at dinner.
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It's dealing with dragons nice way of showing everyone how rich you are, but you could make just as big an impression by having some of those fancy pastries with the smooth glazed icing and spun-sugar roses.
Instead of being princessy and spending her days embroidering and doing stupid shit like that, Cimorene now spends her dealing with dragons cleaning out the dragon treasure troves, cataloguing and polishing old dragon treasures some of them magical!
Along the way, she has to deal with the constant stream of idiotic Knights and Princes who want to rescue her does anyone bother asking Cimorene if she wants to be rescued?
There is a potential threat to the dragons for whom Cimorene has come to care deeply. This is a very short book, and there is not a single dull moment.
There is not a lot of introspection, but there is an exceeding display of Cimorene's competency. She dealing with dragons a person of action, and she fills the book with her dealing with dragons.
The book is driven dealing with dragons Cimorene's initiative, and she is always on the move, be it finding a fire-proofing spell in an ancient spellbook, or outwitting some poor Prince Charming's misguided attempt to rescue her, to fooling some nefarious wizards who think she is a typical princess.
The setting is magical, but it is not exceedingly detailed, just enough to build up the imagination.
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Dealing with dragons and her dragon are the stars of this book, and they make me love it. I recommended this book for young readers, and it is just so darned appropriate for an impressionable young woman.
She is an awesome main character. She is book-smart, and she is not perfect.
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She is a librarian at heart, a researcher who relies on her skills in research and her thirst for knowledge rather than outright brilliance. Cimorene is relatable and reliable, smart, witty, absolutely pragmatic and practical without ever becoming bitchy and annoying in the least.
And however resourceful Cimorene is, she knows when to call for help when she needs it. Every young girl should have a copy of this book and this series.
Dealing with dragons likes her position and becomes friends with Kazul, but finds she must constantly deal with dealing with dragons and princes who want to rescue her. She hopes that a sign on the road dealing with dragons the cave will keep would-be rescuers at bay.