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Seeing Stone

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 39 Ratings and 39 Reviews

Book Description
"Tumber Hill! It's my clamber-and-tumble-and-beech-and-bramble hill! Sometimes, when I'm standing on the top, I fill my lungs with air and I shout. I shout."

As The Seeing Stone opens, exuberant young Arthur has no idea what adventure lies ahead. A 13-year-old growing up in 12th-century England, Arthur soon discovers that his life parallels that of another Arthur, son of Uther centu... More
Book Information
PublisherRebound by Sagebrush
BindingSchool & Library Binding (24 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-100613954459
ISBN-13978-0613954457
Publication Date09/2002
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About Kevin Crossley-Holland (Author) : Kevin Crossley-Holland is a published adapter, author, and an editor of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Kevin Crossley-Holland include Tales from the Old World... more
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4/9/2009 Scott Farrell said:
Truly refreshing retelling of the King Arthur legend - not as a story in itself, but as the background for the adventures of a real boy growing to manhood in 13th century England. Allows us, as readers, to see the Round Table legends in their true context - as morality fables and allegories for the ... more

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