The Last Dragon

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A young boy, Peter, is hesitant to spend the summer with his great aunt in Chinatown. Peter finds an aging parade dragon in a store and, in restoring it, learns to connect with the dragon and the Chinese community. (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Reading, 2005)

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