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Title: Rain and Fire, a Guidebook to the Last Dragon Chronicles
Authors: D'Lacey, Chris (with Jay D'Lacey)
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Orchard Books
Description: Chris d’Lacey writes books for children of all ages, but is best known for his series The Last Dragon Chronicles, which have sold nearly four million copies worldwide. He was born in Malta but most of his life has been lived in Leicester. He has has published over thirty titles, many of which have been widely translated. His first children's novel, Fly, Cherokee, Fly, was highly commended for the Carnegie Medal. In 2002 Chris was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Leicester (where he worked for twenty-eight years as a scientist of sorts) for his services to children’s fiction. He now writes full time and is a regular visitor to schools, libraries and book festivals. Recently, he has ventured into the young adult arena under the pseudonym Vincent Caldey
URI: www.icefire.co.uk; http://zookiesnotepad.blogspot.com; Twitter: @chrisdlacey
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