[☆ Icefire || ☆ PDF Read by ¾ Chris d'Lacey] #2020
Icefire By Chris d'Lacey Life isn t exactly normal lodging at the Pennykettles not when you re surrounded by hundreds of clay pottery dragons Fate seems to be dictating an unusual course for David when his university tutor sets him a writing project on the existence or not of dragons The tantalizing prize a fully funded research trip to the Arctic seems just within his grasp David staLife isn t exactly normal lodging at the Pennykettles not when you re surrounded by hundreds of clay pottery dragons Fate seems to be dictating an unusual course for David when his university tutor sets him a writing project on the existence or not of dragons The tantalizing prize a fully funded research trip to the Arctic seems just within his grasp David starts to research the subject and soon discovers a connection between dragons and the Arctic just as it begins to snow Is it only a coincidence Or could deeper forces be at work As David starts to uncover about the dragons, he finds himself drawn down a path from which there is no going back to a time when dragons really did exist, and their secrets were guarded by the polar bears of the Arctic If David is going to have any chance of winning the research trip, he has to open his mind to the legend of dragons and the mysterious secret of Icefire.
He was born in Valetta, Malta, but as a child moved first to Leicester and then to Bolton After gaining a degree in biology from the University of York, he returned to Leicester and got a job at the University of Leicester in their Pre Clinical Sciences department.Originally his writing was confined to songs and he didn t turn to fiction until he was 32 His first piece of work was a 250,000 word story about polar bears for his wife, Jay, to accompany a stuffed polar bear he had bought her as a Christmas present.He didn t write another story for seven years, until he heard about a competition to write a story for young children with a prize of 2,000 The resulting book, A Hole at the Pole, also about polar bears, didn t win but he sent it off to a publisher, who accepted it.His first children s novel, Fly, Cherokee, Fly, was published in 1998 and subsequently shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal It was inspired by the time he found an injured pigeon in Victoria Park and nursed it back to health at home It became a family pet and lived for 14 years in a birdbox attached to the back of the house All of its offspring were given the names of different Native American tribes, which is where the title of the book comes from He has since written over twenty children s books, including Pawnee Warrior a sequel to Fly, Cherokee, Fly , a collaborative novel with fellow children s author Linda Newbery From E To You , and the best selling, award winning The Last Dragon Chronicles His books often contain environmental themes, and events based on things that have happened to him.In July 2002 he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Leicester for his contributions to children s literature Although writing is now his main source of income, he still works at the university as the operator of the confocal microscope.His favourite children s books are the Paddington Bear series and The Hobbit, and his favourite children s authors are Allan Ahlberg and Roald Dahl Chris D Lacey has written many books like Ice Fire and Fire Star, but his most famous book was Dark Fire, the fifth book in The Last Dragon Chronicles.
Icefire By Chris d'Lacey
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