Podkin One-Ear (Longburrow) (Hardcover)

Podkin One-Ear (Longburrow) By Kieran Larwood, David Wyatt (Illustrator) Cover Image

Podkin One-Ear (Longburrow) (Hardcover)

By Kieran Larwood, David Wyatt (Illustrator)

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Middle-earth for middle graders! This young reader fantasy series proves you don't have to be brave or powerful to do great things.

In a classic fantasy world of anthropomorphic rabbits, three young siblings are on the run from the villainous Gorm tribe who have killed and enslaved their clan. Podkin, once destined to be clan leader, has always been spoiled, but now he must act bravely as he, his older sister, and baby brother flee for their lives.

Facing pursuit and treachery, the three collect allies in their search for refuge, until at last they are ready to fight back against the Gorm and attempt to rid the land of an evil scourge.

For young fans of Redwall, Warriors, and other classic animal fantasy favorites.

Kieran Larwood has been passionate about stories and storytelling since reading The Hobbit at age six. He is a father, children’s book author, and former teacher. He lives in England. Visit him online at kmlarwood.com and on Twitter @kmlarwood. 

David Wyatt’s art graces books by many of the world’s preeminent fantasy authors, including Tolkein, Pratchett, Le Guin, and Pullman. He lives in England. Visit him online at davidwyattillustration.com.

Product Details ISBN: 9781328695826
ISBN-10: 1328695824
Publisher: Clarion Books
Publication Date: September 5th, 2017
Pages: 256
Language: English
Series: Longburrow

"Larwood tells a rousingly good tale while creating a sturdy narrative structure for the Longburrow series." — Booklist (starred review)

"Adventure-seeking fantasy lovers, especially Redwall fans, will enjoy this nicely illustrated tale of rabbits fighting oppression and succeeding despite great odds." — School Library Journal

"An original fantasy with warrior rabbits, fierce foes, sibling loyalty, riveting adventure, and genuine storytelling." — Kirkus Reviews