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Thetoken
Thetoken

The Token by Samuel Shellabarger 1955 HB Medieval Knights

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Estimated to arrive by Thu, Dec 27th. Details
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Other Children & Young Adults

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Condition:

Used

Format:

Hardcover

Category:

Fiction

Edition:

Reprinted 1955

Edition Description:

Activity Book

Publisher:

Little Brown

Dustjacket:

No

Age Level:

Ages 9 - 12

Author:

Samuel Shellabarger

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Item number:

79085365

Item description

THE TOKEN By Samuel Shellabarger Author of: Captain from Castile The King's Cavalier The Black Gale Etc... Illustrated by Steele Savage Ex-Library Book. Copyright Date: 1955. Published Date November 1955. Reprinted November 1955 Edition Stated. Published By: Little, Brown Company. 135 Pages. Book Boards Fair condition with some light edge, corner, and shelf wear. Has had the library pocket and first inside page removed several library stamps markings. Pages Are Clean Tight. No Dustjacket. From the Flyleaf piece glued on the back inside board: ....... It was said that the night Lord Stephen learned that his daughter, Blanche, would marry Count Raoul of Roche-Bernard, he had strode fron the hall in silence, looking suddenly old. But the wedding took place, and there were seven days of feasting and merriment at the castle of Sarzeau. And when Lord Stephen drew his daughter aside and revealed his dislike for Count Raoul, she answered: "Father, I am now Blanche of Roche-Bernard. I will not hear these words." Before Lady Blanche departed with her husband, Lord Stephen presented her a girdle of silver, cunningly wrought with figures of men and beasts and heavy to hold. ''Take it," Lord Stephen said, but think well of the curse and the blessing if the time should come to wear it." For the wearer would have the right of lordship, it was true, and the strength to endure, but she would also know lonely sorrow and the pain of toil.
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