by Garret Weyr
A young girl befriends one of Vienna’s remaining dragons, and together they confront the mystery of the dragons who disappeared at the end of World War II.
This was a beautiful book, told from the perspectives of both Maggie and the dragon Grisha. It explores friendship, being different, love and loss, and memory. I cried at the end (word of warning to those who dislike books that make you cry), but even so the ending felt right and satisfying.