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Redwall

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Author
: Brian Jacques

SummaryRedwall is the story of a young mouse named Matthias, who lives in an abbey called Redwall. The creatures of Redwall struggle against the evil rat Cluny and his followers. Good triumphs over evil. Part of an ever expanding series, with 19 at the time of this writing. 352 pp.

Reading  Level: ages 9-12

Reviewed by: Amy Smith, 2003

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Although Redwall is mildly violent, the quest, the adventure, and the hero's nobility predominate, making it, in my opinion,  a worthwhile book to give your children—one many will likely enjoy. I certainly did.

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