Forest Song

Forest Song

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by Vila Spiderhawk
     
 

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She left her birth home to learn the ways of the woods in Forest Song: Finding Home; She grew into her powers as protector of the denizens of the forest in Forest Song: Little Mother, and, now Judy Baumann faces the horrors of World War II: the concentration camps, the Jewish ghettos, and the other persecution of the Jews.

Join Judy as she struggles to

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She left her birth home to learn the ways of the woods in Forest Song: Finding Home; She grew into her powers as protector of the denizens of the forest in Forest Song: Little Mother, and, now Judy Baumann faces the horrors of World War II: the concentration camps, the Jewish ghettos, and the other persecution of the Jews.

Join Judy as she struggles to survive death-defying challenges, betrayal, and loss with courage, cleverness, and humor.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781935407478
Publisher:
Vanilla Heart Publishing
Publication date:
01/23/2009
Pages:
324
Product dimensions:
0.73(w) x 9.00(h) x 6.00(d)

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Forest Song 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Subway_Girl More than 1 year ago
Well, I loved Hidden Passages: Tales to Honor the Crones so much that I snatched up the second of SpiderHawk's books, Forest Song: Finding Home. Well, I loved it so much that I HAD to have Forest Song: Little Mother. And am I ever glad I got it! Again SpiderHawk had me from word one. Her plot twists and turns kept me guessing (and reading) so I could find out what would happen next. I just LOVE this book and cannot wait until the next of the Forest Song series comes out! I sure hope SpiderHawk writes fast, because her books are positively addictive! Oh yes, if you haven't had the SpiderHawk experience, you MUST get started! Her books are just amazing!
Jeni_Watkins More than 1 year ago
What a wonderful story of a little girl determined to get what she feels is right. With an old soul that knows where it belongs, Judy finds a way to get what she knows in her heart is where she belongs! She goes through heartache and trials, but in the end she learns a great deal about life, herself, and those around her as well as the cruel world in which she was raised. The woods are far more secure than her mother tries to tell her, and Judy falls in love with the creatures of the forest. She is finally at home! You will find the story easy to relate to and hard to put down. A delightful tale, well written and pulls you in with every page. Read all three in the series and you will not be sorry!