Mattimeo

Mattimeo

Book - 1990
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Baker & Taylor
In the third volume in the popular Redwall Abbey series, the mouse-child Mattimeo finally proves himself worthy of the sword of his father, the illustrious warrior Matthias, when his siblings are kidnapped by the evil fox, Slagar. Reissue.

HARPERCOLL
In the magnificent tradition of Waershop Down, an extraordinary tale of corageous adventure -- from the author of Redwall and Mossflower . In the summer of the Golden Plain, the cunning fox, Slagar the cruel, and his evil henchmen sneak into Redwall Abbey to kidnap the woodland children -- including Mattimeo, son of the great warrior mouse Matthias. Now Matthias and a handful of brave followers must abandon their home to the mercy of General Ironbeak's invading ravens in order to rescue their stolen little ones. But on the road to a dread kingdom and certain slavery, an unexpected hero will be born -- and the captive mouse-child Mattimeo will prove himself worthy at last to wield the sword of his illustrious father.

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The warrior mouse Matthias and his friends must leave Redwall Abbey undefended as they pursue Slagar, who has kidnapped the children of Redwall, including Mattimeo, Matthias's son

Publisher: New York : Avonova, 1990
ISBN: 9780380715305
0380715309
Characteristics: p. ; cm
Additional Contributors: Chalk, Gary

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Starpoem
Sep 19, 2016

Love the cover art! This is a book the whole family can enjoy. Don't read it on an empty stomach, though, because it's full of mouthwatering food descriptions.

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JNung1
Oct 23, 2011

A really good book.Very descriptive.

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misssisu
May 09, 2006

About a mouse that gets captured by slavers and tries many times to escape but each time is caught. Finally their parents save them. [Series: Redwall, #3]

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JNung1 thinks this title is suitable for 6 years and over

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