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Everything within her quarreled over whether she wanted to be more gnome than dragon, or more dragon than gnome.
Quiet and curious, Dragon Gaelen isn't a typical dragon. For one, she was raised by gnomes.
Having lost everything before she was hatched, Dragon knows very little about her origin. Growing up among the cob and wood houses of peaceful Gnome Colony, she's always felt accepted and loved--but never quite like she belonged.
When her adoptive family enrolls her in the impressive Breezewillow Academy, Dragon believes it holds the key to the missing pieces of her past. Surrounded by students and teachers from all across Enchanted Sacred Garden, she hopes she'll finally stop feeling like an outsider.
However, Breezewillow isn't at all what she expects. On her first day, she feels lost, overwhelmed, and betrayed. She believed meeting other dragons would help her find herself. Instead, she finds herself the target of their jokes, teased for her difference and never embraced as one of their own. Filled with shame and self-loathing, Dragon must choose to stay silent and bury her past--or find her voice among the pain.
A powerful story about being true to ourselves, Dragon takes us on a journey of self-acceptance--illustrating how the choices we make impact the magic we wield.