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1 Brady, Charles A. SWORD OF CLONTARF
Hillside Education 1960, 2006 0976638681 / 9780976638681 Softcover Good+ with no dust jacket Illustrated by Herman B. Vestal 
Clarion Books; 8vo; 251 pages; In a last effort to curb the expansion of Christianity, pagan chiefs united against High King Brian and his Christian followers. Against the background of 11th century Ireland, a suspense tale unfolds of a boy who played a role in the fateful Battle of Clontarf. 
Price: 12.95 USD
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Doubleday & Company 1960 First Edition Hardcover Good with no dust jacket; Usual x-lib. Markings. Slight wear in spots to edge. Illustrated by William K. Plummer 
Clarion Books; Ex-Library; 8vo; 185 pages; When a terrified Pedro Molino overheard his uncle's scheme to kill him and seize his inheritance, he ran from the house, hid in the marshes of the Quadalquiver River, and desperatly hoped his persuers would think him drowned. Finally, they gave up the search, and under cover of darkness Pedro returned to the house to say good-bye to his old nurse before fleeing Seville for good. But quick-witted Rosa had devised a better escape plan than anything Pedro would have dreamed of. Ridin g at anchor in the harbor was a fleet of 5 vessels under the command of the famous Magellan: in just 2 days they would set sail for the New World, hoping to discover a waterway through the continent of America that would give Spain a new route to the rich Spice Islands. And on it goes..... 
Price: 17.99 USD
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3 Polland, Madeleine CITY OF THE GOLDEN HOUSE
Doubleday & Company 1963 Hardcover Good+ with no dust jacket Illustrated by Leo Summers 
Clarion Books; 190 pages 
Price: 14.50 USD
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4 Willard, Barabara AUGUSTINE CAME TO KENT
Bethlehem Books 1963, 1996 1-883937-21-3 / 9781883937218 Softcover Good with no dust jacket Illustrated by Mary Beth Owens 
Clarion Books; 179 pages; It is the year 597 and Pope Gregory is sending a select number of his monks, led by Fr. Augustine, to re-evangelize England. Young Wolf, born in that land but raised in Rome, accompanies his father, Wolfstan, who goes as a guide and interpreter. Though the King of Kent's wife is a Christian, the missionaries from Rome do not know whether they will be welcomed, tolerated or martyred. In a story full of adventure, Wolf meets Fritha, a Saxon girl whose life and destiny are soon closely bound up with his own. Events, significant in the history of Christianity, are vividly brought to life by this veteran writer of historical fiction. 
Price: 4.95 USD
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