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by Brian Jacques

The Pearls of Lutra (Redwall, Book 9) download ebook
ISBN:
0613056671
ISBN13:
978-0613056670
Author:
Brian Jacques
Publisher:
Turtleback Books; Bound for Schools & Libraries ed. edition (February 1, 1998)
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4.1

You will find joy, frustration and sorrow in your quest. Never forget that friendship and loyalty are more precious than riches.

You will find joy, frustration and sorrow in your quest. Coltsfoot pastilles are good for the young ones, keep them fit, good for coughs and any number of small ailments. Teasel had been eavesdropping on the conversation, and now she tapped the Abbot’s paw lightly with her ladle. Some elders are worse’n Dibbuns, I say!’

Years ago, the vermin clan of Sawney Rath kidnapped one of Redwall's own-a baby otter, destined to become their "Taggerung," a warrior hero of ancient legend.

Years ago, the vermin clan of Sawney Rath kidnapped one of Redwall's own-a baby otter, destined to become their "Taggerung," a warrior hero of ancient legend. But as young Tagg grows, he rebels against his destiny. by Brian Jacques · Jonathan Walker. Getting to know the tribes of Redwall is essential to any avid Redwall Abbey fan.

this book is titled Pearls of Lutra. In the UK, it is known as The Pearls of Lutra. Book 1: Six Tears for an Abbot. Book 2: Westward the Warriors. Book 3: When Tears Are Shed. When gathering herbs near the quarry in Mossflower Woods, the young Redwallers Tansy and Arven come across a mysterious skeleton among the rocks

Pearls of Lutra book. At Redwall Abbey, a young hedgehog maid, Tansy, is equally determined to find the pearls first, with the help of her friends.

Pearls of Lutra book. The Tears of All Oceans are missing. Six magnificent rose-colored. And she must succeed, for the life of one she holds dear is in great danger.

The Pearls of Lutra is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques, published in 1996. It is the ninth book published and eleventh chronologically in the Redwall series. When gathering herbs near the quarry in Mossflower Woods, the young Redwallers Tansy and Arven come across a mysterious skeleton among the rocks

But before the pearls could be brought to him, one of the pirates, a weasel named Greylunk, made off with them and sought shelter in Redwall Abbey.

Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). But before the pearls could be brought to him, one of the pirates, a weasel named Greylunk, made off with them and sought shelter in Redwall Abbey. Thus is the Emperor's malevolent attention brought to bear on Mossflower Wood and its peace-loving folk, though the Redwallers don't realize what they're hiding.

Book 1. Six tears for an abbot. Chapter 1. Though Tansy was still only a young hedgehog, she was known to be a veritable rock of good sense by the elders of Redwall Abbey. Because of this, she was one of the few youngsters allowed outside the Abbey walls, mainly to gather materials for Sister Cicely's remedies.

Outside chill winds sighed and whined against Redwall's immovable stone. Though it was less than four hours to dawn, Martin lay awake, his mind picking over that evening's events

Outside chill winds sighed and whined against Redwall's immovable stone. Though it was less than four hours to dawn, Martin lay awake, his mind picking over that evening's events. Graylunk's skeleton in the rocky fissure, Fermald's spoon, the Ancient's rhyme, an unknown creature called Mad Eyes and the mysterious eavesdropper who had listened to the conversation in Great Hall.

Each of the pearls is hidden separately, along with a riddle as to the whereabouts of the next.

The Tears of All Oceans are missing. Each of the pearls is hidden separately, along with a riddle as to the whereabouts of the next. Tansy must succeed, as the life of one she holds dear is in great danger. The others are quite good, especially the early one, though the later ones start to seem a bit repetitive. All in all a highly recommended series.

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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Tansy, a young hedgehog living at Redwall Abbey, attempts to solve the riddle of the missing pearls while at the same time the evil marten, Mad Eyes, desires them for himself.
Reviews:
  • Gaudiker
The Redwall Series is probably my favorite middle grade series ever written. It was what first ignited my love of reading, so it will always hold a special place in my heart. Though the stories follow the same basic formula, the characters are endearing and the writing is beautifully descriptive. This is a definite must read for anyone who loves lighthearted, middle-grade fantasy.
  • fr0mTheSkY
In Brian Jacques's fantasy world, you can count on certain species of animals being good guys and certain ones bad. In this, the ninth book in the Redwall series, he introduces two new villain-races: the pine martens, specifically Ublaz Mad-Eyes, the self-proclaimed Emperor of the pirate sanctuary of Sampetra, and the monitor lizards who serve as his personal guard. Ublaz has dispatched one of his piratical crews in search of six large, rose-colored pearls known as the Tears of All Oceans, supposedly owned by a family of otters headed by one Lutra. But before the pearls could be brought to him, one of the pirates, a weasel named Greylunk, made off with them and sought shelter in Redwall Abbey. Thus is the Emperor's malevolent attention brought to bear on Mossflower Wood and its peace-loving folk, though the Redwallers don't realize what they're hiding. Meanwhile, Grath Longfletch, a daughter of the murdered Lutra and the last survivor of her holt, has vowed revenge on the corsairs and their chief. When the pirates kidnap the mouse-Abbot Durral as a hostage, Abbey Warrior Martin--namesake and great-grandson of the famous Martin the Warrior--leads a rescue party, Grath among them, in pursuit, while back at the Abbey a young hedgehog maid named Tansy seeks to solve the riddling clues that may reveal the hiding place of the pearls. A pair of wanderers--the hare Cleckstarr Lepus Montisle, generally known as Clecky, and his friend Gerul, an owl with a suspiciously Irish speech pattern--add their own unique flavor to the story. As usually happens in Jacques's novels, the bad guys are defeated as much by their own character flaws as by the heroes--suspicion and betrayal come so naturally to them that they can't work as teammates unless directed by a tyrannical chief--and this may in fact be the author's primary theme: that trust and co-operation among friends (such as Tansy and her friends, bringing various skills and viewpoints to bear in their hunt for the clues and their meaning) can overcome the greatest odds and untwist the most indecipherable of trails.
  • Endieyab
This is one of my favorite book series and I definitely think that
Brian Jacques has created a truly amazing and wonderful world
to believe in I mean I practically am in mossflower country when I read this.
I definitely think that Mattimeo is my favorite book in the series
But this book was so amazing.
  • Kulalas
thank you
  • Phenade
present
  • Golden freddi
I must acknowledge that I received the size book as described. Unfortunately, I failed to notice that the outside cover of this hardcover book is only 4 1/4 inches by 7 inches. The pages are smaller than the cover. The book is so small that the some of the type is hidden inside the center binding and cannot be seen at all. Although there are no markings in the book, the pages are so yellowed as to be very fragile. I was unaware that any "hardcover" books were even produced in such a small format and disappointed that the aging of the cheap paper was not mentioned in the seller's description.

To summarize, the book was not "damaged" and contained no writing or markings, but is unreadable on some pages and I am certain the binding will have been completely broken by the time anyone has tried to read it. My mistake for not noting the size, seller's failure in not mentioning that the format has the text hidden by the binding and the pages are yellowed with age. I'll not bother spending money to return it.
  • Āłł_Ÿøūrš
Great book, amazing dilivery time frame. However, it has stamps from a library on the pages. Not happy about that.
Captivating and beautifully written with vivid descriptions, edge of your seat adventure, and a satisfying endings to make you eager for the next story.