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Kneeknock Rise

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 1,592 Ratings and 197 Reviews

Book Description

From the moment young Egan arrives in Instep for the annual fair, he is entranced by the fable surrounding the misty peak of Kneeknock Rise: On stormy nights when the rain drives harsh and cold, an undiscovered creature raises its voice and moans. Nobody knows what it is-nobody has ever dared to try to find out and come back again. Before long, Egan is climbing the Rise to find an answer to the... More

Book Information
PublisherSquare Fish
BindingPaperback (33 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages144
ISBN-100312370091
ISBN-13978-0312370091
Publication Date09/04/2007
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About Natalie Babbitt (Author, Illustrator) : Natalie Babbitt is a published author and an illustrator of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Natalie Babbitt include Tuck Everlasting (Unabridged), Tuck Everlas... more
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1/7/2008 Christy Evers said: A well told story about who is really the wise man and who is really the fool. Another linguistically beautiful book by Natalie Babbit
tags: Inspired me, I recommend, I read

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