|Statement||by Bernard Marshall.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.M354 Ce|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii p., 1 l., 278,  p. incl. plates.|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||21012883|
Cedric the Forester was published in and was a Newbery Honor recipient in This book is not for the squeamish or faint of heart. While it doesn’t linger on gore, neither does it gloss over the fighting and killing. After all, it was a violent time in history.4/5(4). LibriVox recording of Cedric the Forester by Bernard Gay Marshall. Read in English by Lynette Caulkins A rollicking juvenile adventure tale, this historical adventure book received the Newbery Honor award in 10 rows Cedric, the Forester Language: English: LoC Class: PZ: Language . Narrated by Sir Dickon Mountjoy, a twelfth-century Norman nobleman, the novel describes his lifelong friendship with Cedric of Pelham Wood, a Saxon yeoman. Cedric the forester saves Sir Dickon's life and is made his squire. The two men become friends and have many adventures.
A rollicking juvenile adventure tale, this historical fiction book received the Newbery Honor award in Set in England during the early s, the scion of a Western Marches noble family. Cedric the Forester, by Bernard Marshall This book takes place in Olde England (although not so jolly, perhaps!). Our main character, despite the title, is Dickon, a young man who lives with his father in an estate named Mountjoy. Cedric the Forester Bernard Gay MARSHALL ( - ) A rollicking juvenile adventure tale, this historical fiction book received the Newbery Honor award in Cedric the Forester (okUs) submitted just now by BestBookUs A rollicking juvenile adventure tale, this historical fiction book received the Newbery Honor award in
Cedric the Forester by Bernard Gay Marshall Cedric the Forester is a children's historical novel by Bernard was published in and was a Newbery Honor recipient in Cedric the Forester by Bernard Marshall takes place during the time of King Richard the Lionhearted and troublesome Prince John. Cedric of Pellham Woods, a Saxon yeoman, is an expert at the crossbow. This humble, valiant young man ends up saving the life of Dickon Mountjoy, a Norman nobleman. And that act of selfless bravery is never forgotten. Cedric the Forester, illus. J.S. Williams, D. Appleton, , pages When Saxon yeoman Cedric of Pellham Woods saves the life of Norman nobleman Dickon Mountjoy, he is made a squire, and a friendship begins between the two. Eventually Cedric becomes the best crossbowman in England, and is knighted. Sir Dickon Mountjoy, a twelfth-century Norman nobleman, befriends a Saxon yeoman, Cedric. Cedric saves Sir Dickon's life and is made his squire and the two men have a .