2 edition of Beorn the proud found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
nodata File Size: 9MB.
1961 original copyright by Madeleine Polland, reprinted in 2001. There is much I have not told you as to why we left Denmark in such haste, but these things he would prefer to tell you himself. " was all she could say as the happy tears poured down her radiant face.
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It has a happy ending and is full of interesting events but it's definitely not my favorite book ever. It's mostly set up for the climax, which isn't a good way to go about writing a story.
" was all she could say as the happy tears poured down her radiant face. Ness is taken captive by Beorn and is forced to go to Beorn the proud with the Vikings. He is good and he is kind and he is brave, and I owe him my life not once but several times, once when it could easily have cost his own. Beorn the proud he is able to assume the skin body of a huge black bear or that of a man whenever he desires.
Then she remembered clearly and all the happenings of the previous day came back to her as in a dream of terror. The action of the book takes place briefly in Ireland and primarily on a Viking longship and in Denmark. She is carried away back to their home, evolving a sort of odd almost-friendship along the way red flags!!!! Beorn, of course, takes Ness with him and soon finds a cow to sacrifice. Only too proud and rather silly.
We really liked this book up until the last chapter, when the plot turns suddenly unrealistic and in my daughter's words "the rainbow unicorns come flying out.
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As it is, I still realllllly loved it.