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Enna Burning

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 53 Ratings and 53 Reviews

Book Description
Enna and Princess Isi became fast friends in The Goose Girl, but after Isi married Prince Geric, Enna returned to the forest. Enna's simple life changes forever when she learns to wield fire and burn anything at will. Enna is convinced that she can use her ability for good-to fight Tira, the kingdom threatening the Bayern borders-and goes on secret raids to set fire to the Tiran camps and villages... More
Book Information
PublisherBloomsbury USA Children's Books
BindingHardcover (14 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages300
Publication Date09/15/2004
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About Shannon Hale (Author) : Shannon Hale is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Shannon Hale include The Goose Girl (Unabridged), Princess Academy (Unabridged), Austenla... more
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12/23/2008 Ali B said: 5283575
tags: love

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5/17/2008 Christy Evers said:
Another fresh tale by Shannon Hale. Hey! that rhymes. :0) Enna learns the art of making fire without flint, or any other source. She seeks to control her new talent before the fire consumes her. If you're going to play with fire, you're going to get burned. You may want to read Goose Girl ... more

tags: I recommend, I read

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9/8/2007 elizabeth o. dulemba tagged as: ya

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