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The Bronze Axe

The Bronze Axe

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Published by Americana Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science Fiction - General,
  • Audio - Fiction - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Abridged Audio - Fiction/General,
  • Audio Adult: Books On Tape,
  • Action & Adventure

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesRichard Blade Series
    ContributionsLloyd James (Narrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatAudio cassette
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9657345M
    ISBN 101588073564
    ISBN 109781588073563
    OCLC/WorldCa53008439

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1 Paperback – July 1, by Jeffrey Lord (Author) out of 5 stars 7 ratings/5(6). The Bronze Axe (Richard Blade Heroic Fantasy Series, No. 1) Paperback – January 1, /5(3). The Bronze Axe Paperback – by Jeffrey Lord (Author)/5(3). The Bronze Axe (Richard Blade Heroic Fantasy Series #1) (Pinnacle Books #) [Jeffrey Lord] on The Bronze Axe book shipping on qualifying : $ : The Bronze Axe (Richard Blade Adventures, 1) (): Jeffrey Lord: Books/5(3).

The Bronze Axe (1) Richard Blade Unknown Binding – January 1, by Jeffrey [Manning Lee Stokes] Lord (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other The Bronze Axe book and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1).

A lost boy who has a sharp bronze ax and a wooden boat is taken in by a tribe that only knows how to work with stone. Paperback, pages Published March 30th by Puffin Books /5. The story, based in Orkney, is about a mysterious youth -who bears a bronze axe - arriving from over the sea to a stone age village and the friends and enemies he makes.

Beset by a series of challenges, adventures and jealous rivals it tells of how he deals with each set of circumstances to eventually become the saviour of the clan/5(31). The story, based in Orkney, is about a mysterious youth -who bears a bronze axe - arriving from over the sea to a stone age village and the friends and enemies he makes.

Beset by a series of challenges, adventures and jealous rivals it tells of how he deals with each set of circumstances to eventually become the saviour of the clan/5(35). Jeffrey Lord has 69 books on Goodreads with ratings. Jeffrey Lord’s most popular book is The Bronze Axe (Richard Blade #1).

The Bronze Axe Jeffrey Lord The first book in the Richard Blade series () Blasted into a fantastic new world, Richard Blade woke at the feet of a strange and beautiful woman, Taleen, Princess of Voth. Running for her life from the savage Albs who had kidnapped her.4/5(32).

The novel begins with sister and brother Kali and Brocken disobeying a warning not to go and collect limpets and crabs from the rock furthest from the shore. Inevitably they become trapped by the incoming tide and are rescued by a mysterious stranger carrying a strangely sharp axe. Richard Blade #1: The Bronze Axe, by Jeffrey Lord June, Pinnacle Books (Original publication ) I’ve read about the Richard Blade series for a while, but never bothered looking into it.

It’s pretty goofy, a long-running melding of the men's adventure genre with “ heroic fantasy, ” all about a James Bond-type who, each volume, is sent via a high-tech computer into “ The Bronze Axe book. [PDF Download] The Boy with the Bronze Axe (Puffin Books) [PDF] Full Ebook.

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Set in the Scottish settlement of Skara Brae, The Boy with the Bronze Axe has a story line filled with exciting challenges and mysteries. About the Author Kathleen Fidler () was the author of over eighty books for children, many of which were broadcast on BBC Radio Children's Hour and Schools programmes.

She had a long-standing affection for Scotland, and was inspired to write The Boy With the Bronze Axe after a visit to Skara Brae on : Kathleen Fidler. Editions for The Bronze Axe: (Mass Market Paperback published in ), (Mass Market Paperback published in ), (), 2.

It was the bronze axe that first enabled man to make clearings in the woodland on the large scale, and to sow on those clearings in good big fields the wheat and barley which determined the first great upward step in the drama of civilization.

All these things depend in ultimate analysis upon that pioneer of culture, the bronze hatchet. A PPT to guide whole class reading session for UKS2. Plus my own comprehension questions on ‘Skara Brae’ Twinkl extract - available from Twinkl.5/5(1).

The presence of the bronze axe causes tensions as several people desire to own it. It is a great adventure as well as being very well researched. The book ends with the final storm that shifts the sand dunes directly on top of the settlement, burying it for nearly years until a similar storm swept the sand away and revealed it to.

It’s called “The Bronze Axe,” by Jeffrey Lord, and guess what: there’s a dude on the cover swinging an axe which might well be bronze. Truth in advertising. Also on the cover, a young lady who may or may not be wearing underwear we’re off to a strong start here.

The best pulp books like to kick things off in media res. It is not a 'horrible history' type of book but a genuine fiction that children enjoy following. Thumbs up from Year 3 so far!' -- Teacher review (via ) '10 to year-olds will get excited about The Boy With the Bronze Axe, set in prehistoric times.' -- Greenock Telegraph, June 'A 5/5(1).

Kathleen Fidler () was the author of over eighty books for children, many of which were broadcast on BBC Radio Children's Hour and Schools programmes. She had a long-standing affection for Scotland, and was inspired to write The Boy With the Bronze Axe after a visit to Skara Brae on Orkney. The list of Bronze Age hoards in Britain comprises significant archaeological hoards of jewellery, precious and scrap metal objects and other valuable items discovered in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) that are associated with the British Bronze Age, approximately BC to 8th century includes both hoards that were buried with the intention of retrieval at a later date.

As the story moves on in Chapter 9 of 'The Bronze Bow,' Rosh sets up a test for Daniel to see how useful he is. Read on to find out whether Daniel passes the test and what he learns as a result.

The bronze axe is mentioned in the Relación de Michoacán, in the story of the Purepecha 's Princess Erendira, who resisted the Spanish invasion.

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Floris Books took over the list inrepublishing classic works by authors such as Kathleen Fidler and Allan Campbell McLean. Since then, we have continued. The biggest lesson from the book is about how life was years ago.

The author uses facts and research to give lots of details about the village and people. The moral is not to judge a book by its cover. People in the village who don't trust Tenko are punished at the end of the book. In my opinion, Boy with the Bronze Axe is a great book.

The Axe is a tool used to chop branches, trees and small stumps, as well as for removing or harvesting certain objects, especially important for obtaining Wood.

An axe may also be used as a weapon to inflict a small amount of damage. An axe is required to harvest Giant : Axes • Hoes • Pickaxes • Scythe • Watering Cans. Get this from a library. The boy with the bronze axe. [Kathleen Fidler] -- "Kali and Brockan get trapped by the tides while out collecting limpets.

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