The return of the Twelves

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Coward-McCann, 1963 - Juvenile Fiction - 253 pages
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In his new home, a young boy finds twelve old wooden soldiers with definite personalities and a fascinating history that once belonged to the famous Brontė children.

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User Review  - wichitafriendsschool - LibraryThing

A young boy's discovery of twelve wooden soldiers that once belonged to the Brontė children leads to an exciting adventure. Awarded the 1962 Carnegie Medal for the outstanding children's book by an English author. Read full review

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A nice, old-fashioned fantasy for younger readers. It would probably work best with children who know who the Brontes were, as well as having some general sense of English history and geography. Read full review

Contents

The Attic
13
The Patriarch
19
The Perilous Descent
27
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