Young Warriors: Stories of Strength - The Boy Who Cried Summary & Analysis

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The Boy Who Cried Summary

Young male and female warriors lived in a land called "The Mythical Land To The North And West." The warriors were so skilled that there was peace all over the land. No one caused a problem, except for the dragons. The narrator notes how times have changed. Today you are considered a man if you break through Microsoft's firewall, back then you were a man or woman if you killed a dragon. Dragons surround The Mythical Land To The North And West. A young, gangly boy named Melvin was chosen to go forth and slay a dragon. Melvin had a plan, he planned to slay a dragon and rename himself as Sir Mandrake of the Shining Armor. He wanted to prove to Mary Lu Penworthy that he was a warrior, not just a nerd who couldn't get a date to the...

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