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 Hunt for the Mad Wolf's daughter
 Author: Magras, Diane


 Publisher:  Penguin
 Pub Year: 2019

 Classification: Fiction
 Physical Description: 275 p.,  21 cm

 BTSB No: 596650 ISBN: 9780735229297
 Ages: 9-12 Grades: 4-7

 Subjects:
 Adventure fiction
 Heroes -- Fiction
 Gender role -- Fiction
 Knights and knighthood -- Fiction
 Middle Ages -- Fiction
 Family life -- Scotland -- Fiction
 Scotland -- History -- 1057-1603 -- Fiction

Price: $20.01

Summary:
In 1210 Scotland, twelve-year-old Drest is on the run with a price on her head after rescuing her brothers and father, the Mad Wolf of the North, from captivity.

Series:
Mad Wolf's Daughter


Accelerated Reader Information:
   Interest Level: MG
   Reading Level: 4.70
   Points: 7.0   Quiz: 500550
Reading Counts Information:
   Interest Level: 3-5
   Reading Level: 3.80
   Points: 11.0   Quiz: 76731

Reviews:
   Kirkus Reviews (01/01/19)
   Booklist (03/01/19)

Full Text Reviews:

Booklist - 03/01/2019 This sequel picks up where the first book ended. Drest, daughter of the warlord Mad Wolf, is still in trouble and on the run from Lord Faintree's usurping uncle, Sir Oswyn. Worse, Sir Oswyn has wasted no time in putting a wolf's head bounty, the highest paying bounty, on Drest's head, claiming that she killed Lord Faintree. Now, not only does she have to be on guard for the usual ruffians, she has to avoid the knights who know who she is. Her father and brothers have their own problems, so Drest and injured young lord Emerick are on their own. Magras maintains the breathtaking pace of the previous book, and while Drest is as feisty as ever, by the end of the book she has developed into a deeper, more thoughtful character. She challenges her father to rethink his perception of what constitutes a warlord and his band. In addition to all the action, the book is laced with humor while maintaining an undercurrent of thoughtfulness. No sophomore slump here: the book is every bit as good as its predecessor. Includes a glossary and historical notes. - Copyright 2019 Booklist.

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