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The Great Redwall Feast

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2007

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    Any true redwall lover would read this no matter what their age. The Great Redwall Feast has some of the most adorable illustrations i have ever seen and i love the mole baby Bungo. Such a cute little trouble maker, dont you think? But where's Mattimeo, i thought that he would be in it. And dont you think the abbot is clever, he knew about the feast, i thought that was funny. Well i think that any redwall lover would like this book. Enjoy the Bobbatan Weary Nod!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2003

    A MUST READ BOOK!

    I love Brian Jacques' books and I'm sure you would too. I started reading these books since last year and since I'm a bookworm my friends used to come to me to find some great books. I told them they should start with Brian Jacques' books. They're exciting and will make you want to never stop reading!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2002

    Awesome Book

    My favorite character in this book is Bungo because he fell into cake. He also cried when he had to get a bath. Heal also said he made all of the food.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2000

    kids only!

    this is a tale from the redwall series about redwallers making a suprise feast for there abbot it is just a nice childrens book so older brothers and sisters who enjoy redwall could get there little sisters and brothers started in the redwall series

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