The Heir of Mistmantle

The Heir of Mistmantle

Book - 2007
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King Crispin and Queen Cedar have just had a baby daughter--Princess Catkin--and everyone on Mistmantle Island gathers for the joyful celebration of the Naming Ceremony. But the day after, the princess suddenly disappears. Urchin and all the brave captains are dispatched to bring back the princess, but come back empty-handed. All clues point to Linty, an older squirrel who had gone mad with grief when two of her children had been culled during evil Husk's reign. The islanders fall further into crisis as a mysterious illness takes hold and begins to spread. There are whispers that perhaps Husk is still alive and seeking his vengeance.
Publisher: New York : Hyperion Paperbacks for Children/Miramax, 2007.
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ISBN: 9780786854905
0786854901
Call Number: MCALLISTER
Characteristics: p. : ill. ; cm.
Subjects: Fantasy fiction.
Animals -- Fiction.
Princesses -- Fiction.
Missing children -- Fiction.
Islands -- Fiction.
Additional Contributors: Rayyan, Omar

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Car2Planes
Jan 04, 2017

Such a fantastic series of books that will captivate you and take you to a different world where the animals of Mistmantle will carry you away on adventures abound. We just loved that the characters in these stories are animals with human qualities. The books are so well written and take your imagination to another time and place. You will not be disappointed with these tales. These books were bedtime reads with our 9 yr old. I could tell he ws continually captivated and often on the 'edge of his seat' or giggling with perfectly placed laughter at the character's hijinx! It's a shame there's only 4 books in the series! Enjoy.

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Oct 21, 2012

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fraser1025
Jun 17, 2015

This is Book Three in the Mistmantle Series

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