THE KOMODO DRAGON'S JEWELS by Diane Redfield Massie

THE KOMODO DRAGON'S JEWELS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

All unaware of the ruckus he's causing, a grinning Komodo dragon is mistaken for cruise ship passenger Miss Mildew (they do look amazingly alike) and gets a close-up look at the bright lights of the mainland that he mistakes for sparkling jewels. Of course the captain and fellow passengers eventually realize that there's a giant lizard on board and react with the usual programmed panic. But though the itinerary is predictable, this oblivious dragon and his old lady look-alike are refreshing easy reading companions.

Pub Date: April 28th, 1975
Page count: 63pp
Publisher: Macmillan