My summer reading of late has mostly been childhood favorites… It’s this hot weather. I just want to cool off in front of a fan and go on a nostalgia trip. So here are some of the Laurence Yep books I’ve been rereading…
Dragon of the Lost Sea (Dragon #1) by Laurence Yep
Centuries of wandering have taught the exiled dragon princess Shimmer that humans are beneath her notice. But she allows young Thorn to join her in the search for the evil witch Civet–and the quest to restore her dragon clan’s lost home. [Image and summary via Goodreads]
The Tiger’s Apprentice: Book One (Tiger’s Apprentice #1) by Laurence Yep
“It isn’t every day you meet a tiger. And certainly not a tiger in a suit and tie. And definitely not one who knows your first name.” From that minute on, Tom’s life changes forever. Tom has always felt different from everyone else, but he has no idea how different he really is until he learns that he is the latest in a long line of magic-wielding beings called Guardians… [Image and summary via Goodreads]
Both of these books are part of a series, so I’ve got a lot to keep me busy!
2 Replies to “Nostalgia trip – Laurence Yep”
I LOVE Laurence Yep. Casey Young (from Child of the Owl) is one of my childhood heroes.
I haven’t read Child of the Owl yet… Guess I’ve got to put that on my to-read list!
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