4 edition of Mariel of Redwall found in the catalog.
Mariel of Redwall
|Statement||Brian Jacques ; illustrated by Gary Chalk.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||387 p. :|
|Number of Pages||387|
|ISBN 10||0441006949, 0380719223, 0142302392|
|LC Control Number||91017157|
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Redwall is a series of children's fantasy novels by British writer Brian Jacques, published from to It is also the title of the first book of the series, published inas well as the name of the Abbey featured in the book, and is the name of an animated TV series based on three of the novels (Redwall, Mattimeo, and Martin the Warrior), which first aired in The Redwall book series has a total of 22 novels and 2 picture books as well.
The final book in the series and the 22 novels as well, The Rogue Crew, was released on May 3, With that said, the Redwall book series does not chronicle any specific timeframe. Redwall is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques. Originally published init is the first book of the Redwall series.
The book was illustrated by Gary Chalk, with the British cover illustration by Pete Lyon and the American cover by Troy Howell. It is also one of the three Redwall novels to be made into a television series, alongside Mattimeo (Season 2) and Martin the Warrior (Season 3).
This series is also listed in chronological order. Redwall (Redwall, 1), Mossflower (Redwall, 2), Mattimeo (Redwall, 3), Mariel of Redwall (Redwall. In fact, for a while, Jacques wrote the stories wildly out of chronological order, though in his final years, he set each book further ahead in time than the last one.
Only four books (Redwall and Mattimeo, Mariel of Redwall and The Bellmaker) act as direct sequels featuring most of the same characters. Most others do share a few characters. This series is also listed in publication order. Lord Brocktree (Redwall, 13), Martin the Warrior (Redwall, 6), Mossflower (Redwall, 2), The Legend of.
For other uses, see Martin (disambiguation). "He was the bravest, most courageous mouse that ever lived!" MatthiasMartin the Warrior was the mouse co-founder of Redwall Abbey along with Abbess Germaine.
Martin was known as being the Abbey's backbone, and he remained so even after his death. He was a great fighter, both wise and ferocious, though he had a brutal and tragic past. His spirit. Redwall: Redwall, Book 1 Brian Jacques. out of 5 stars 2, Audible Audiobook.
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out of 5 stars Paperback. Baby Names from Redwall. Yes, Brian Jacquess Redwall series is about a bunch of anthropomorphic talking animals (mainly mice, but also voles, otters, badgers, rats, and rabbits). Its also a treasure trove of fun names. Youve got old-fashioned Anglo-Saxon and Biblical names like Matthias, Martin, and Luke.
Played for laughs in one of the Redwall books, Mariel of Redwall. The two otter twins, Bagg and Runn, are caught eating berries in the kitchen.
After being chased out, they get hold of a little bankvole girl called Petunia and kiss her cheeks repeatedly until she's covered in purple lip marks.