Merlin: The Young Merlin Trilogy, Book Three

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 91 pages
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In flight from the magic visions that plague him, Merlin falls into the hands of the wodewose--wild folk who, according to legend, live in the company of wolves and devour children. But far from being wild, the wodewose are an enormous family of the unwanted, the abandoned, and the homeless. For once Merlin has found a place where an orphan like himself belongs. The triumphant conclusion to the Young Merlin Trilogy.
 

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Contents

FLIGHT
3
FISHING
8
THE PACK
12
CREATURE
16
WILD FOLK
20
BEDDING
26
QUARRELS
33
THE LONG WAIT
40
DREAMER
44
DREAM CAGE
50
MAGIC
57
FREEDOM
63
HIDING PLACE
69
BATTLEGROUND
76
FAMILY
83
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Jane Yolen is a highly acclaimed author who has written hundreds of books for children and adults and has won numerous awards. She and her husband divide their time between Massachussetts and Scotland. Visit her at janeyolen.com and on Twitter at @JaneYolen.

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