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Welcome to Redwall Abbey. Inside its enormous doors, mice live in peace, helping those in need and throwing epic feasts for the great and the good of ... Show synopsis

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  • Classic! May 19, 2013
    by christinemkramer@att.net

    We have some paperback copies of Redwall in our school library and one rebound paperback, but the type is so dense, it puts the kids off. This is the perfect size to entice the kids to start on the Redwall Saga. Brian Jacques books are some of my favorites in the library. He is a grand storyteller.

  • Martin the reincarnated Nov 9, 2007
    by Ron Townsend

    This is a lively adventure of a timid monastery mouse who may be walking in the steps
    of the monastery's founder Martin the Warrior. Will Matthias be able to find the sword
    of Martin and help defeat the rat Cluny and his brood? Will he be able to save Redwall?
    A fantasy reminiscent of Watership Down, Redwall captures the imagination for both
    adults and young adults. The fantasy elements are all there-- the timid hero, the quest,
    the fight between good and evil, and a sword of power. I find this book most refreshing
    after floundering in other fantasy for years. If you love animals this is the book for you.

  • Sorry I missed this one! Apr 6, 2007
    by DrBones

    The set of books that came after Redwall apparently came out when I was younger, but I never heard of them until my son fell in love with the series. I got a audio version of this bok to take on a long family trip at his request, and I was hooked too. These are amazingly crafted fantasy novels with animals as the main characters in a setting that just inspires the imagination. Redwall is packed with adventure, intrigue, and intimacy that is not very common in novels that bridge the gap between adults and younger readers. If you enjoy a medival type adventure novel and have kids around 11 to 13 years old. This book is a wonderful opportunity to find some common ground and talk about a book you both read recently with out involving homework. Also great for younger kids with vivid imaginations, but a harder read for them. A great novel to read to the younger kids to keep them begging for the next time you sit together to read.

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