Sedition

Sedition

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Redemption comes in many forms.The Ljósálfar have been cut off from the rest of the nine realms and the Svartálfar are preparing for war. The darkness of the Bergkonge is spreading over the nine realms and only the heroes of the Danelands can stand against it.The search continues for a cure for the sickness that plagues the great dragons, a quest that may heal more than just the illness that Thormar is suffering from. There are many paths that the Children of Ribe now walk and all of them are beset by danger. Join Eva, Christian, Dalla, Pieter, Oleg, Riki, Joas, Ragnfrith and the next generation of warriors as they strive to save the Danelands from the evil of the mountain king. =+=+=The Children of Ribe is a Viking Saga for children bringing the culture and mythology of the Danish Vikings to life. The book series has been influenced by Enid Blyton, Arthur Ransome, Susan Cooper, J R R Tolkien and C. S. Lewis.Based in Denmark during the time of the Vikings, these books are tales of magic and danger that are suitable for children from the ages of seven and up to read on their own but also perfect for people to read to children from the age of 4.The Children Ribe is a modern fairy tale that brings elements of Danish folklore and mythology to life mixed with elements of Viking culture. These books have been designed to help children with dyslexia to read. You can watch author C.S. Woolley talking about dyslexia and reading from FATE, book 1 in the Children of Ribe series here: https: //youtu.be/EcnKLKa5c98Whether you are interested in Vikings, studying them at school, or are simply shopping for the perfect gift for your favourite bookworm, the Children of Ribe series is just what you are looking for.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 148 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 9mm | 168g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1794101381
  • 9781794101388