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A Story About Finding Treasure and the Unexpected Magic of Friendship

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From the beloved illustrator and author of A Nest for Celeste comes Brambleheart, a beautiful tale about nature, imagination, and how love is the greatest thing we build. With stunning black-and-white artwork, Henry Cole's animal fantasy adventure harkens back to Brian Jacques's Redwall and Avi's Poppy series.

In the Hill, animals work as Weavers, Smelters, and Carvers—but Twig doesn't know who he wants to be. He tries very hard in all his classes, but his imagination wanders to his favorite books or the delicious mayapples growing beyond the scavenge yard . . . and then he loses his focus. After Twig makes a big mistake in front of everyone, he sets out on a secret journey to discover himself. But as he wanders deeper into the Yard than he's ever wandered before, Twig finds a curious colored globe. A dragon's egg—which hatches in front of his eyes.

Now protecting the baby dragon is all Twig wants to do. But when he learns that his secret might hurt others, he's forced to make a choice between his place in the world and the feelings in his heart.


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Publisher: HarperCollins

Kindle Book

  • Release date: February 9, 2016

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780062245458
  • File size: 29297 KB
  • Release date: February 9, 2016

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9780062245458
  • File size: 29297 KB
  • Release date: February 9, 2016

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Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

Languages

English

Levels

ATOS Level:5
Interest Level:4-8(MG)
Text Difficulty:3-4

From the beloved illustrator and author of A Nest for Celeste comes Brambleheart, a beautiful tale about nature, imagination, and how love is the greatest thing we build. With stunning black-and-white artwork, Henry Cole's animal fantasy adventure harkens back to Brian Jacques's Redwall and Avi's Poppy series.

In the Hill, animals work as Weavers, Smelters, and Carvers—but Twig doesn't know who he wants to be. He tries very hard in all his classes, but his imagination wanders to his favorite books or the delicious mayapples growing beyond the scavenge yard . . . and then he loses his focus. After Twig makes a big mistake in front of everyone, he sets out on a secret journey to discover himself. But as he wanders deeper into the Yard than he's ever wandered before, Twig finds a curious colored globe. A dragon's egg—which hatches in front of his eyes.

Now protecting the baby dragon is all Twig wants to do. But when he learns that his secret might hurt others, he's forced to make a choice between his place in the world and the feelings in his heart.


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