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Re: Dragons (note to Carolyn too)


From: Linda White (linda.c.white_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Oct 13 2003 - 04:17:14 PDT

Gail Gibbons has a beautiful book called Behold the Dragon. Easy to read,
yet appropriate for all ages for information.
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From: "Judy Decker" <>
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Sent: Saturday, October 11, 2003 10:09 AM
Subject: Re: Dragons (note to Carolyn too)

> (Carolyn scroll down to your note at the bottom -
> since I am talking to two people - I am sending to the
> list - others might be interested in dragons, too)
> Hi Brenda,
> How about turning it into a lesson on the history and
> origins of the Dragon... a comparison of Eastern and
> Western dragons....some of the symbolism involved? I
> have some links I can send to you off list...and a
> great interactive link for Korean dragons.
> Here is Randy's file on Eastern Dragons: