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by Ron Keith,Brian Jacques
Publisher: Recorded Books; Unabridged edition (1996)
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Also by Brian Jacques. The Great Redwall Feast. Redwall Map and Riddler.
Also by Brian Jacques. Mossflower country shimmered gently in a peaceful haze, bathing delicately at each dew-laden dawn, blossoming through high sunny noontides, languishing in each crimsontinted twilight that heralded the soft darkness of June nights.
Such praise, and from the champion fisher herself, an otter! Tim and Tess, the twin Churchmouse babes, felt Matthias’s strong arm muscles and giggled aloud in admiration. He helped to serve them two portions of apple and mint ice cream. Such nice little twins. Was it only three months ago that he had helped Sister Stephanie to get them over tail rickets?
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Illustrated by Gary Chalk. Gonff quickly called out in a passable weasel-voice imitation, ‘Big fat robber!’ The two weasels turned furiously upon each other. Late autumn winds sighed fitfully round the open gatehouse door, rustling brown gold leaves in the fading afternoon. Bella of Brockhall snuggled deeper into her old armchair by the fire. Through half-closed eyes she watched the small mouse peering around the doorway at her. ‘Come in, little one, and close the door. Big fat robber, eh. Take that!’ ‘Ouch! You sneaky toad, you take this!’ The weasels thwacked away madly at each other with their spearhandles.
Mossflower lay deep in the grip of midwinter beneath a sky of leaden gray that showed tinges of scarlet and orange on the horizon. A cold mantle of snow draped the landscape, covering the flatlands to the west. Snow was everywhere, filling ditches, drifting high against hedgerows, making paths invisible, smoothing the contours of earth in its white embrace.
James Brian Jacques (pronounced "jakes") (June 15, 1939 - February 5, 2011). An English author from Kirkdale, Liverpool, Brian Jacques is best known for his Redwall saga of fantasy books, as well as the Castaways of the Flying Dutchman series. He has also written two collections of short stories, The Ribbajack and Seven Strange and Ghostly Tales. As a youth, Jacques attended St. Johns Elementary School, an inner city Catholic school that had its playground on the roof