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ahhh yay!! this was such an important childhood book for me, i’m so glad i could help :D

Oh my gosh me too!! This was like my FAV book series as a kid, I can’t believe I ever forgot the title!! Thank you so much ;o; <3 


THE BLUE DRAGONLING

hesperos replied to your post: HELP ME REMEMBER THE TITLE OF THIS BOOK

ahhh no it was apparently just called ‘the dragonling’ sorry!

OH MY GOD IM S CCREAMING THIS IS IT THIS IS THE BOOK THANK YOU HO LYS HIT IVE BEEN TRYING TO REMEMBER THIS BOOK FOR YEARS THANK YOU IM SO EMOTIONAL

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HELP ME REMEMBER THE TITLE OF THIS BOOK

I read it between 2000-2005ish I think? Maybe earlier, I can’t remember. It was a fiction series about this kid who had to go kill a dragon but it had a baby and he ended up raising the baby and he like kept it in his house for a while until it got too big and then he took it out into the mountains to learn how to fly it. I think a necklace of dragon teeth was involved too? 

In a later sequel I think they flew through a tunnel in a mountain to another city where the dragon had to have like ??? a cage fight with another dragon idk it was very stressful

also the dragon was BLUE and was like the last of its kind maybe??? or something like that

and had these badass paintings of dragons flying over mountain valleys

help i was so obsessed with these books what are they called

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coelasquid:

smalllindsay:

benkling:

Actual Cannibal Shia LaBeouf

If you’re not already excited about Rob Cantor you will be now.

You know sometimes the way the news is lately leaves me feeling a little hopeless, but then something like this comes along and my wonder and delight in humanity is restored a smidge.

It moves me to tears.


regalia-of-wisdom:

bedlamsbard:

The difference between learning a modern language and an ancient language is that in first year French you learn “Where is the bathroom?” and “How do I get to the train station?” and in first year Attic Greek or Latin you learn “I have judged you worthy of death” and “The tyrant had everyone in the city killed.”

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tiny-librarian:

“Kazul’s not my dragon.” Cimorene said sharply. “I’m her princess. You’ll never have any luck dealing with dragons if you don’t get these things straight.” 
Dealing With Dragons - Patricia C. Wrede

tiny-librarian:

“Kazul’s not my dragon.” Cimorene said sharply. “I’m her princess. You’ll never have any luck dealing with dragons if you don’t get these things straight.”

Dealing With Dragons - Patricia C. Wrede


sttngfashion:

Oh my god. This kitten is named LeVar Purrton.

sttngfashion:

Oh my god. This kitten is named LeVar Purrton.

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huariqueje:

Young Lady After the Ball - Ramon Casas i Carbó 1895
Museo de la Abadía de Montserrat, Barcelona

huariqueje:

Young Lady After the Ball - Ramon Casas i Carbó 1895

Museo de la Abadía de Montserrat, Barcelona

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"These kids today with their epic poems and their violent mythologies and their laughters, what is the world coming to?"
— Plato, The Republic, book III. (via greekmythlulz)
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ancientpeoples:

Palette for painting belonging to Vizier Amenemopet
18th Dynasty, New Kingdom
c.1427-1400 BC
(Source: The Metropolitan Museum)

ancientpeoples:

Palette for painting belonging to Vizier Amenemopet

18th Dynasty, New Kingdom

c.1427-1400 BC

(Source: The Metropolitan Museum)

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