Order of Chris d’Lacey Books
Chris d’Lacey is an English author of children’s books, including fantasy novels. He writes the Last Dragon Chronicles, Dragons of Wayward Crescent and Unicorne Files series. Chris never wrote fiction until he was 32, when he wrote a 250,000 word story for his wife, but it would be another seven years before he would write any more fiction – a contest entry (which became A Hole at the Pole). Chris has won the Carnegie Medal, Rotherham Children’s Book Award and Books Factor Award and has been given an honourary doctorate from the University of Leicester, where he still works.
Chris d’Lacey became a published author when he submitted an entry to a contest to win £2,000, but did not win. Despite this, a publisher did purchase the book, which was A Hole at the Pole. The picture book was published in 1994. His first novel was Henry Spaloosh! (illustrated by Philip Reeve), which was released in 1998. Below is a list of Chris d’Lacey’s books in order of when they were first released:
Publication Order of Last Dragon Chronicles Books
|The Fire Within||(2001)|
|The Fire Eternal||(2007)|
|The Fire Ascending||(2012)|
Publication Order of Last Dragon Chronicles Non-Fiction Books
Publication Order of Dragons Of Wayward Crescent Books
Publication Order of Unicorne Files Books
Publication Order of Erth Dragons Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Picture Books
|A Hole at the Pole||(1994)|
|Juggling with Jeremy||(1996)|
|A Break in the Chain||(1998)|
|Bubble and Float||(1999)|
Notes: Rain and Fire: A Guide to The Last Dragon Chronicles was co-authored with Jay d’Lacey. From E to You was written with Linda Newbery.
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Chris d’Lacey Synopsis: In Henry Spaloosh! by Chris d’Lacey, Henry is a horrible swimmer. He’s capable of splashing and kicking about, but all he ends up doing is sinking. Wednesday afternoons are the worst for Henry, as that’s when his swimming lessons are. So why is he called Henry Spaloosh, anyway?