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Fire, Bed, and Bone - Henrietta Branford
Fire, Bed, and Bone
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"Even readers with little knowledge of (or interest in) British feudal systems and peasant revolts may find themselves engrossed in this unique fictional tale set in 1381 and told from a hunting dog's point of view." — PUBLISHERS WEEKLY (starred review) A Smarties Book Prize Bronze Award WinnerA... show more
"Even readers with little knowledge of (or interest in) British feudal systems and peasant revolts may find themselves engrossed in this unique fictional tale set in 1381 and told from a hunting dog's point of view." — PUBLISHERS WEEKLY (starred review) A Smarties Book Prize Bronze Award WinnerA VOICE OF YOUTH ADVOCATES Honor BookA KLIATT Editors' Choice"Branford's subtle, poetic writing . . . evokes both the splendor of nature and the turbulence of the times. The author's remarkable understanding of animal behavior and human tendencies reverberates throughout this eloquent historic tale." — PUBLISHERS WEEKLY (starred review)"The exciting plot . . . never hits a false note as related through the dog's sensibilities. . . . An ingenious tour de force." — SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL (starred review)
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780763629922 (0763629928)
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
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4.0 Fire, Bed & Bone
Who would have thought that a children's book about a dog living in England in 1381 would have such a realistic feel? The dog experiences losing her master and mistress, captured and imprisoned by men who don't like the peasants revolting. The dog experiences losing her puppies. The dog experiences ...
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