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ISBN: 1579216714
Author: WILLIAM D. BURT,Terri L. Lahr and Becky Miller
Language: English
Publisher: WINEPRESS; 1 edition (July 30, 2003)
Pages: 216
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Subcategory: Young Adults
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 595
Size Fb2: 1728 kb
Size ePub: 1420 kb
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Book IV in the "King of the Trees" series. The Greenstones will take readers on a dizzying journey into the realms of life and death, love lost and love rediscovered.

Book IV in the "King of the Trees" series. Merryn, the ailing daughter of Beechtown's brewmaster, is betrayed by her own kin after her father mysteriously disappears. Sold into slavery, she is captured by a band of notorious outlaws who haunt the Forest of Fellglade's hydra-infested swamps. Beyond death's door, she finds wholeness in a nameless Friend. After meeting Andil of the Wood, Merryn is thrust into another world where she finds clues to her puzzling past.

The Greenstones book. Terri L. Lahr (Illustrator). William D. Burt is the award-winning author of the seven-title Christian allegorical "King of the Trees" series. Becky Miller (Illustrator).

by WILLIAM D. BURT (Author), Terri L. Lahr and Rebecca J. Burt . Burt (Illustrator). Book 1 of 7 in the King of the Trees Series. Rolin looked down to see the pendant hanging outside his shirt, its stone glowing brilliantly in the sun. The thing must have slipped out while he was retrieving the eyepiece. Where did you get that?" the man demanded. The King of Trees" is a fast-paced fantasy adventure that's marketed to males and females ages 8 and up. The main characters were all males, so I think it would appeal most to boys.

The Greenstones also includes a glossary in the back for those hard to pronounce words.

King of the Trees is a childrens story of magic, imagination and fire breathing dragons coupled with Christian values and Biblical inferences which is wonderful reading for all ages. As a senior citizen I have read it from cover to cover and enjoyed every chapter

King of the Trees is a childrens story of magic, imagination and fire breathing dragons coupled with Christian values and Biblical inferences which is wonderful reading for all ages. As a senior citizen I have read it from cover to cover and enjoyed every chapter. I will definitely recommend it to my children and grandchildren as a classic.

When Rolin son of Gannon sets out to solve this riddle, his adventures take him worlds beyond the walls of his little log cabin in the . On a friend's recommendation, I read The King of the Trees aloud to my youngsters. There is a pronunciation guide in the back.

When Rolin son of Gannon sets out to solve this riddle, his adventures take him worlds beyond the walls of his little log cabin in the mountains.

This is the fifth book in the King of the Trees fantasy series. Seven titles have been published to date. All titles feature a glossary and pronunciation guide at the back to make for easier reading and/or reading aloud. This series is ideal for both pre-teens and teens (ages 8 and up, male or female), including young adults and adults.

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Illustrated by Becky Miller

Illustrated by Becky Miller. Jonathan Oliver is chasing down an intruder on Lake Oswego’s Iron Mountain when he discovers some long-buried artifacts. The Vikings of Loch Morar by William D. Burt is an interesting and fun blend of family adventure, mystery, science fiction, and historical fiction. This book is the second in the Creation Seekers series.

Black roots in the ground, suck the water out the rivers Telephone back home, tell her what she's missing Polaroids washing up on the shore There are pictures of girls, and words like "forever" written. Like a spider racing into the sky There's a black tree rising and no one knows why Get's stuck in your shoes, it get's under your clothes The wind that's blowing cuts down to the bone. All Hell does know my name, a black tree rising I'm the shade that'll put you away, a black tree rising Hope you.

Merryn, the ailing daughter of Beechtown's brewmaster, is betrayed by her own kin after her father mysteriously disappears. Sold into slavery to a riverman, she is captured by a band of notorious outlaws who haunt the Forest of Fellglade's hydra-infested swamps. Beyond death's door, she finds wholeness in a nameless Friend. After meeting Andil of the Wood, Merryn is thrust into another world where she finds clues to her puzzling past. To deliver many innocent lives from an ancient curse, she must undergo a dreadful baptism and confront the king of the marsh dragons. In laying down her life for others, she discovers the life she was born to lead. ""The Greenstones"" will take readers on a dizzying journey into the realms of life and death, love lost and love rediscovered. This is the fourth title in the ""King of the Trees"" fantasy series. Seven titles have been published to date. All the titles feature a glossary and pronunciation guide at the back for easier reading and/or reading aloud. This series is ideal for both pre-teens and teens (ages 8 and up, male or female), including young adults and adults. These books do not contain objectionable scenes or language, and appeal to those who enjoy other classics.

Comments:

Hamrl
The Greenstones is William D. Burt's fourth book in his series, The King of the Trees, and is my favorite in the series so far. The series is an allegorical tale, much like the Chronicles of Narnia or Lord of the Rings, and is suitable for preteens, teens and adults. The Greenstones also includes a glossary in the back for those hard to pronounce words.

Merryn is an outsider in her town, even to those it seems she's known her entire life. Nicknamed Hoppy, or Scabby, by those who are less kind, Merryn doesn't fit in with the others. She is pockmarked and plagued by boils that make her stand out from the others. Teased for and ashamed of her scars, she tries to cover them with cloaks and hoods. Her adventure starts when she is betrayed, sold into slavery, and captured by a lively band of outlaws. The Greenstones includes all the making of a thrilling adventure story, a lost princess, dragons, and the mysterious greenstones that release a toxic mist.

Having now read two of the books in William D. Burt's The King of the Trees series, I can safely say that they can be considered standalone novels. There isn't a need to read them in sequential order; though that being said, I'm sure reading them in order would only add to the enjoyment.

I've always been a fan of books about princesses (must be a girl thing!) so this installment in the series was right up my alley. Of course, I won't give away the fantastic surprise ending. I'll leave that up to you to read and find out for yourself.

William D. Burt keeps his readers guessing until the last minute and on the edge of their seat, wondering what's going to happen next! Highly recommended for fans of C.S. Lewis or J. R. R. Tolkien!

(The Wordsmith Journal strives to guide readers to books of personal interest, with the understanding and respect that what appeals to some may not appeal to others. Therefore we attempt to keep our reviews focused on content, genre and style. The rating is necessary to make use of Goodreads and Amazon. It reflects the reviewer's own level of enjoyment, but the review is intended to be informative for the benefit of all readers.)
Usishele
I have loved this book ever since I got it. It is fascinating and the author provides great descriptions for settings and characters in his book. Another great thing about it is that William D. Burt puts Christianity in his series. For any home-school mom looking for something for her kids to read, this is a great choice. If you are just looking for something to read, I recommend this book and the series.
Chuynopana
I enjoyed these books, and now I'm enjoying watching my son read through them.

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