NO MORE DRAGONS by Gil Nagy

NO MORE DRAGONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

. . . moans Sir Morris of the Mooncrest, who is too old to play games and soon bored with suggested hobbies (collecting shells and butterflies, weaving baskets). Up pops sunny Sandore the page boy: ""Have you ever tried helping others less fortunate than you to help themselves?"" Which leads Sir Morris (via an encounter with marauding blackbirds) to divest himself of his burdensome armor and set off ""to be of service to the people of Hunrunshoo."" A VISTA volunteer in never-never land, conventionally told and drawn.

Pub Date: Feb. 24th, 1969
Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard