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Publisher:  Nephthys Publications ISBN-10:  0982264828 Type:  Fiction


Copyright:  July 25, 2011 ISBN-13:  9780982264829

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For hundreds of years tales of dragons have been told and cherished. What child hasn't wished to have his or her own dragon or to fight the great fire-breathers?

Octuple book award winner Pegasus – A Dragon’s Tale is the delightful, heartwarming story of two young bear cubs and the dragon they find that changes their lives forever.

It’s a sweet, precious story that children of all ages will love, with adorable characters and a simple but moving plot.  The main theme is the deep friendship of the three characters, a friendship that transcends both time and species.

Since it's publication, Pegasus has won the following awards --

In November, 2011, Pegasus won the Children's Interest Category of the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award.

In May, 2012, Pegasus was honoured as an Award-Winning Finalist in the Children's Picture Book: Softcover Fiction Category of the International Book Awards.

In June, 2012, Pegasus won the Fables, Folklore & Fiction Category of the prestigious Gelett Burgess Children's Book Award.

In October, 2012, Pegasus won in the Fantasy, Myths and Legends Category of the Mom's Choice Award, Silver Medal.

In November, 2012, Pegasus was honoured as an Award-Winning Finalist in the eBook: Children's Fiction Category of the USA Best Book Award.

In February, 2013, Pegasus became a Young Adult/Children's Category B.R.A.G. Medallion Honouree.

In May, 2013, Pegasus was honoured with the Indie Book of the Day Award.

 In July, 2014, Pegasus was honoured with the IndiePENdents Seal of Good Writing.


Once upon a time, in a far away land, two young bear cubs were playing. They were brother and sister and were as close as could be. Prince Dayshawn, the older cub, was dark brown and larger than his sister, while Princess Kameela was smaller and the colour of the honey both loved to eat.

One day Dayshawn found a strange object on the ground. It was an egg, but much larger than any he had ever seen before.

“Let’s take it home and see if it hatches,” said Kameela.

So they did.

Professional Reviews
Great book!
WOW! WOW! WOW! You took me back to childhood. That was so beautiful and so real. You had me in tears. I am very impressed. One of the best tales I have ever read. BEAUTIFUL!
Maureen Richards-O'Gilvie

Excellent style!
I really liked this book, so much that I bought one for a nephew, grandchild, & myself. It is a wonderful tale that I think all children will enjoy. It's a little bit fairy tale and a little bit make believe, and it shows how friendship & love can last through separation & time. I enjoyed reading it, and I can't wait to read it to my nephew and grandchild. It will be one of those story books that will be around for a long time...and should be a part of any child’s library.
Susan Patraw

Pegasus: A Dragon's Tale is a softcover fantasy picturebook, featuring a pair of anthropomorphic bear cubs who are the prince and princess of a faraway kingdom, and the dragon they befriend. When Prince Dayshawn and Princess Kameela discover an abandoned egg, they take it home, keep it warm, and are delighted when it hatches into a lovable dragon! They name the dragon Pegasus, and raise him for a little while, but their father the king decides that Pegasus should be set free once he is old enough to survive on his own. Dayshawn and Kameela are sad to see Pegasus go, but they are destined to meet him again when their need is greatest! The playful color illustrations add a heartwarming touch to this gentle parable of loyalty and friendship.

Midwest Book Review
July, 2012

Reader Reviews for "Pegasus -- A Dragon's Tale"

Reviewed by Gina LoBiondo 8/20/2011
You have written a delightful and charming book that young children will enjoy having read to them, along with illustrations which they will find appealing.
Prof. Tom Macaluso

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