Drought, Doubt and Duty: Mei Ming and the Dragon’s Daughter

Wednesday, October 31, 2007.

Mei Ming and the Dragon's DaughterAuthor: Lydia Bailey
Illustrator: Martin Springett
Published: 1991 Scholastic Canada (on JOMB)
ISBN: 0590733702

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Rhythmic narration, enchanting riddles and an elegant fusion of Asian and art deco illustration draw us into an adventure in friendship and fortitude that highlights the fragility of life and the fortune that is water.

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Comment by Martin Springett

October 31, 2007 @ 5:58 pm

Hi, Thanks for your very cool review. Of all the books that I have illustrated this is certainly one of my favorites. Do check out my website for more of my books, especially my first authored and illustrated book. “Josuting with Jesters”.

Cheers, Martin Springett.

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