Lera Lexicon Series

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This series of science fiction books by Elizabeth Romey is about Lera, the first female mage in centuries. The books are wonderful novels about a gifted girl battling gender discrimination.

Dr. Romey is a gifted education consultant and an adjunct faculty member of Columbus State University. She is also the author of In a Different Place: Reading Interests of Gifted Adolescent Females, which is a part of the Royal Fireworks Press series of monographs on gifted education.

This series of science fiction books by Elizabeth Romey is about Lera, the first female mage in centuries. The books are wonderful novels about a gifted girl battling gender discrimination.

Dr. Romey is a gifted education consultant and an adjunct faculty member of Columbus State University. She is also the author of In a Different Place: Reading Interests of Gifted Adolescent Females, which is a part of the Royal Fireworks Press series of monographs on gifted education.

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Lera of Tymoria: The Dragonmage

Author: Romey, Elizabeth A.

Subjects: Girl Hero; Magic; Science Fiction/Fantasy; Dragons; Education of Girls

Age: 10, 11, 12, 13

Grade: 5, 6, 7

Order code: 5701

Price: $14.99
Website price: $10.00

Class sets: 10 or more: $7.00 each.
Order code: 5701S

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Lera is the only girl in Tennalon's Mage Hall. Red-headed, smaller than most, and more brilliant by far than any of the other mages and some of the wizards, she is the object of the boys' pranks and torments. But her love of magic and quickness of mind save her from letting her studies suffer. She copes with her situation with her own spells of precocious magic. However, once her true powers are exposed by a particularly strong retaliatory spell upon her tormentors, she must be sent away. Using magic, she escapes from the carriage that carries her from Mage Hall, and so begins her magic-packed adventure.

Rogue High Wizard Morthos sought political power to accompany his magical power in order to defend his rule. He violated the Code of Magickus by using mind magic to oust the ruler and keep the other wizards from finding out what he had done. Although his aim was greater productivity and a melding of the classes in work goals and efforts, which in turn would produce greater good for his kingdom, his means were skewed by past childhood injustices. Brilliant and gifted but humiliated in school by those more ordinary, Morthos finally came to believe that his magic gift was worthwhile only to acquire power over the ones who attacked or hurt him.

While in banishment, and now under the tutelage of the mighty dragon sorceress Rellavir, Lera discovers Morthos's deception and prepares to take him on. Over-powerful and under-experienced, she manages to vanquish Morthos in a magic showdown, but her youthful heart aches for having destroyed the first person of her kind who could have been a friend, one who truly respected her.

With temperance and justice she rebuilds the city of Terralon, while showing the people that magic is a force to be loved and respected, not feared. Moreover, she brings the dragons back to their ancient relationship with humans, as in the first days when they shared their magic. Lera becomes the first female mage in centuries!

Lera is the only girl in Tennalon's Mage Hall. Red-headed, smaller than most, and more brilliant by far than any of the other mages and some of the wizards, she is the object of the boys' pranks and torments. But her love of magic and quickness of mind save her from letting her studies suffer. She copes with her situation with her own spells of precocious magic. However, once her true powers are exposed by a particularly strong retaliatory spell upon her tormentors, she must be sent away. Using magic, she escapes from the carriage that carries her from Mage Hall, and so begins her magic-packed adventure.

Rogue High Wizard Morthos sought political power to accompany his magical power in order to defend his rule. He violated the Code of Magickus by using mind magic to oust the ruler and keep the other wizards from finding out what he had done. Although his aim was greater productivity and a melding of the classes in work goals and efforts, which in turn would produce greater good for his kingdom, his means were skewed by past childhood injustices. Brilliant and gifted but humiliated in school by those more ordinary, Morthos finally came to believe that his magic gift was worthwhile only to acquire power over the ones who attacked or hurt him.

While in banishment, and now under the tutelage of the mighty dragon sorceress Rellavir, Lera discovers Morthos's deception and prepares to take him on. Over-powerful and under-experienced, she manages to vanquish Morthos in a magic showdown, but her youthful heart aches for having destroyed the first person of her kind who could have been a friend, one who truly respected her.

With temperance and justice she rebuilds the city of Terralon, while showing the people that magic is a force to be loved and respected, not feared. Moreover, she brings the dragons back to their ancient relationship with humans, as in the first days when they shared their magic. Lera becomes the first female mage in centuries!

Lera of Tymoria: The Dragonmage Cover

Dragon Magic

Author: Romey, Elizabeth A.

Subjects: Girl Hero; Magic; Science Fiction/Fantasy; Dragons

Age: 10, 11, 12, 13

Grade: 5, 6, 7

Order code: 6252

Price: $14.99
Website price: $10.00

Class sets: 10 or more: $7.00 each.
Order code: 6252S

Dragon Magic Cover

Lera and Zad travel to The Conclave of Land and Sky, the first meeting of human and dragon sorcerers in centuries. There, they learn that all dragons do not support the reunion of the two species. Zad, coming of age and beginning to find acceptance in the circle of his own species, becomes immersed in dragon culture. Lera, now famous, is looking to expand on her earlier achievements and prove her magical abilities to humans and dragons alike. Amid feats of magic of many kinds, Lera meets a young human sorcerer, Ranon, who leads her on a great quest for the legendary magical artifacts of humans and dragons.

These lost artifacts are magical objects of unknown powers that can only be used by a team of human and dragon working in concert. The dragons speaking of the artifacts imply that there is a sinister aura about them. However, Lera's excitement for the search renders her deaf to the subtle warnings. She travels with Radon and becomes infatuated with him and his abilities.

Ranon, taken with Lera and the possibility that she might be his magical equal, unmasks. He is a shape-shifter, really a dragon in disguise. Worse, he is the creator of the artifacts and has been leading Lera deeper into his world and thoughts. He plans to take over the world and conquer time. He offers Lera a place as his consort.

Furious, Lera publicly denounces Ranon, and in a fantastic tit-for-tat magical duel banishes him to another place of existence using his own magic. Suffering the pangs of grief, anger, love, and loneliness, she welcomes Granny Rellavir Dragon's comforting.

Lera and Zad realign and promise to be worthy forevermore of each other's trust. Eventually, Lera overcomes the other dragons' mistrust and is granted a place on the council to decide the fate of the artifacts.

Lera and Zad travel to The Conclave of Land and Sky, the first meeting of human and dragon sorcerers in centuries. There, they learn that all dragons do not support the reunion of the two species. Zad, coming of age and beginning to find acceptance in the circle of his own species, becomes immersed in dragon culture. Lera, now famous, is looking to expand on her earlier achievements and prove her magical abilities to humans and dragons alike. Amid feats of magic of many kinds, Lera meets a young human sorcerer, Ranon, who leads her on a great quest for the legendary magical artifacts of humans and dragons.

These lost artifacts are magical objects of unknown powers that can only be used by a team of human and dragon working in concert. The dragons speaking of the artifacts imply that there is a sinister aura about them. However, Lera's excitement for the search renders her deaf to the subtle warnings. She travels with Radon and becomes infatuated with him and his abilities.

Ranon, taken with Lera and the possibility that she might be his magical equal, unmasks. He is a shape-shifter, really a dragon in disguise. Worse, he is the creator of the artifacts and has been leading Lera deeper into his world and thoughts. He plans to take over the world and conquer time. He offers Lera a place as his consort.

Furious, Lera publicly denounces Ranon, and in a fantastic tit-for-tat magical duel banishes him to another place of existence using his own magic. Suffering the pangs of grief, anger, love, and loneliness, she welcomes Granny Rellavir Dragon's comforting.

Lera and Zad realign and promise to be worthy forevermore of each other's trust. Eventually, Lera overcomes the other dragons' mistrust and is granted a place on the council to decide the fate of the artifacts.

Dragon Magic Cover

Arkanus

Author: Romey, Elizabeth A.

Subjects: Girl Hero; Magic; Science Fiction/Fantasy; Dragons; Growing Up Gifted

Age: 10, 11, 12, 13

Grade: 5, 6, 7

Order code: 7260

Price: $14.99
Website price: $10.00

Class sets: 10 or more: $7.00 each.
Order code: 7260S

Arkanus Cover

Lera has brought a gifted student to a conclave between dragons and sorcerers, where all the ablest come together. Lera's student delves into areas where she is forbidden and seeks knowledge that is out of bounds. Many object to Lera's tolerance of her student. An intense conflict develops, with the insatiable curiosity of gifted students on one side, and threatened older practitioners who want to limit access to the field on the other.

Lera has brought a gifted student to a conclave between dragons and sorcerers, where all the ablest come together. Lera's student delves into areas where she is forbidden and seeks knowledge that is out of bounds. Many object to Lera's tolerance of her student. An intense conflict develops, with the insatiable curiosity of gifted students on one side, and threatened older practitioners who want to limit access to the field on the other.

Arkanus Cover

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