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The bridge

Author: Jeri Massi; Stephanie True
Publisher: Greenville, South Carolina : Bob Jones University Press, [1986] ©1986
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Princess Rosalynn is pretty, spoiled, and childish. She gives no thought to the men and women that protect her father's throne. Then one day, invaders from the enormous kingdom across the river storm across the bridge and conquer the royal castle. Alone and in danger, Rosalynn sets out on foot to find her father. Some of her own subjects, she discovers, are willing to sell her to the enemy for reward. Driven by  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeri Massi; Stephanie True
ISBN: 0890843481 9780890843482
OCLC Number: 20640798
Description: 116 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Escape at night --
What happened in the fog --
Enemy territory --
The bridge and beyond --
The fool meets the woman --
In enemy hands --
Herrington --
The bridge and what followed --
Things in their proper order.
Responsibility: by Jeri Massi ; [cover and illustrations by Stephanie True].

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Princess Rosalynn is pretty, spoiled, and childish. She gives no thought to the men and women that protect her father's throne. Then one day, invaders from the enormous kingdom across the river storm across the bridge and conquer the royal castle. Alone and in danger, Rosalynn sets out on foot to find her father. Some of her own subjects, she discovers, are willing to sell her to the enemy for reward. Driven by fear, she finds the bridge and crosses it. In the enemy kingdom, she meets an unexpected friend -- a woman who has discovered a secret way to save Rosalynn's kingdom. Together Rosalynn and the wise woman face enemy soldiers, wicked outlaws, and the wilds of the river on their quest to save her tiny kingdom. Their goal is the bridge itself, and the secret that it holds. - Back cover.

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