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2/1/2006:  Comic Adaptation of "The Smallest Dragonboy"
by Cheryl Miller

"The Smallest Dragonboy" is one of Anne's most reprinted short stories. It tells the tale of Keevan, a young candidate for the latest clutch at Benden Weyr.

The most unusual printed version of this story would be the comic adaptation which appears in The Bank Street Book of Fantasy. This volume, edited by Howards Zimmerman, Semour Reit, and Barbara Brenner, contains comic adaptations of a dozen fantasy short stories. It was published in Sept 1989 by Pocket Books in New York, NY, as a paperback. The original price was $3.95 (US). The story was adapted by Terry Bisson, and the illustrations were done by Valerie Jones, Ken Hooper, and Chris Schenck. Following the adaptation is a page about Anne and her Pern series, along with a few questions about the story.

About a dozen copies of this book are currently available from online booksellers, from prices ranged from $1-25 (US).

As of 2/1/2006, about a dozen copies of this book are currently available from online booksellers, from prices ranged from $1-25 (US).  For tips on locating copies of this or other items, email Cheryl (address in page footer) or post a message at A Meeting of Minds.

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