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Carole Wilkinson

Autor/a de Dragon Keeper

50+ obres 2,946 Membres 81 Ressenyes 2 preferits

Sobre l'autor

Carole Wilkinson was born in 1950 in Derby England. Up until age 40 she worked as a laboratory assistant. It was then that she wanted a change of career. She began to take classes in writing at a university. She showed some of her writing to a friend who worked in the publishing industry. This lead mostra'n més to a commission to write her first novel for teenagers. Since then she has gone on to write several books. She has also written episodes for children's television. She is best known for her Dragonkeeper books. She won the Aurealis Award 2014 in the category of Children's Fiction with her title Shadow Sister: Dragon Keeper. In 2016, she won the Wilderness Society Environment Award for Children's Literature in the Nonfiction category for her book, Atmospheric. (Bowker Author Biography) mostra'n menys

Inclou aquests noms: Wilkinson Carole, Carole Wilkinson


Obres de Carole Wilkinson

Dragon Keeper (2003) 1,345 exemplars
Garden of the Purple Dragon (2005) 615 exemplars
Dragon Moon (2007) 396 exemplars
Ramose : prince in exile (2001) 54 exemplars
Blood Brothers (2012) 49 exemplars
Dragonkeeper 5: Shadow Sister (1832) 27 exemplars
Sugar sugar (2010) 24 exemplars
Ramose and the Tomb Robbers (2001) 21 exemplars
Ramose : sting of the scorpion (2001) 19 exemplars
Stagefright (1996) 18 exemplars
Ned Kelly's Jerilderie Letter (2007) 17 exemplars
Watery Graves (1999) 14 exemplars
Bronze bird tower (2017) 14 exemplars
Ten Pound Pom (2017) 12 exemplars
Inheritance (2018) 10 exemplars
Matthew Flinders (2020) 3 exemplars
Drakmåne (2008) 3 exemplars
California Gold (2002) 2 exemplars
the games 1 exemplars
O jardim do dragao purpura (2008) 1 exemplars
Money edition (2002) 1 exemplars
How to live in the Dark Ages (2007) 1 exemplars
One Wheel (Bookweb Plus) (2004) 1 exemplars
Wheels around (2001) 1 exemplars
Vrt vijoli astega zmaja (2008) 1 exemplars
In the Dark (Bookweb Plus) (2004) 1 exemplars

Obres associades

The World of the Golden Compass: The Otherworldly Ride Continues (2007) — Col·laborador — 66 exemplars


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Garden of the Purple Dragon, Carole Wilkinson (M28'12) a World Reading Circle (abril 2012)


A solid start - especially after trudging through the Tawney Man series. I love how the characters in part one are being slowly developed and explored. For me, this fills a major gap in Hobb's writing and is a welcome relief. I think the pacing of the story suffers a little, but I have confidence that will resolve itself as the series progresses!
BreePye | Hi ha 34 ressenyes més | Oct 6, 2023 |
Books continues to be cute. It was nice to see people actually like the dragon and treat him well in this book, even though they sometimes didn't really know how to do it. We saw a bit more magic, which is almost never foreshadowed well, but on the other hand it is a book for children and it wasn't terribly done either so I'm not complaining.

I kinda liked the ending, thought it was more bitter than sweet. I mean, I want dragons in the world, even if it's just a fictional world, I really do. And thinking that Ping is gonna spend the rest of her life without dragons is sad, because we've known her for like ... two years or so? Two years that were full of adventures and dragons and then she'll spend the rest of her life without them. It's kinda sad.

But a good series, that I'm happy that I read. Would probably have adored them as a child, but they were enjoyable as an adult as well. ^^
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upontheforemostship | Feb 22, 2023 |
Book series continues to be incredibly cute. Thought I missed Danzi in this book, Kai is also a pretty good dragon ... although the fact that it'll be several hundred, if not thousand, years before he can be a proper dragon and fly and stuff is a bit sad. Oh well.

Good twists in this one, they weren't super-obvious but were still set up in a way so that you could kinda see them coming. Ping's life really isn't easy though, is it? I kept waiting for her to run away with the princess and let's just say I was't too disappointed on that part.

Though do I believe Hua is gone forever after this book? I sure hope not, because that is one crafty rat. I also thought that Ping and Jun might go off on adventures together, but it turns out he was just a fake geek boy so she dropped him like a potato. Good going, Ping.

Based on the description of book three it sounds freaking awesome, so I hope it delivers!
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upontheforemostship | Hi ha 11 ressenyes més | Feb 22, 2023 |
This book was just adorable. A former slave girl, her dragon and her rat going off on adventures in ancient China. It's just all I could ever ask for in a book.

I loved the dragon. Talking dragons are the beest, and even better when they are cute and friendly like this one. I also liked Ping a lot: her resourcefulness reminded me of Mosca Mye, another fave children's book heroine of mine.

The ending was sad, but I guess in a good way, and I can't hardly wait to read the next book. Reading this was the perfet way to spend a Friday night.… (més)
upontheforemostship | Hi ha 34 ressenyes més | Feb 22, 2023 |



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