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About the Books
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Wings of Fire is a book series by Tui T. Sutherland. Five young dragonets are destined to end the Great War caused by warring SandWing queens. But there is more than one way to fulfill a prophecy, and the dragonets escape to save the world their own way.
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RainWings almost never remain monochromatic. Their scales are constantly shifting colors, often reflecting their mood. They share many traits with chameleons, including changing scale color and prehensile tails. They can shoot venom like spitting cobras, but in a black, sticky substance instead of a liquid. They are long and graceful, with a ruff around their necks and prehensile tails that are used primarily for climbing, scaling trees, and hanging in the forest they inhabit.