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The Great Redwall Feast (Redwall) [Paperback]

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Once on a summer's day in the golden long-ago at the Abbey of Redwall (which some of you may know), lots of woodland creatures and all the Abbeymice were planning in secret, a marvelous feast for their abbot. Read the first page
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By Omnes TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Paperback
Set after the first Redwall novel, the one involving Cluny the Scourge, this cute Redwall story involves memorable characters from that book (eg: Matthias the warrior, Basil Stag Hare, Cornflower, Constance, Sam the squirrel, etc.)

Told in rhymes, we find out how the people of the Redwall Abbey try to set a surprise party for their abbot. Though they are in for a surprise themselves. Brian Jacques once again adds wonderful layers to this wonderful universe from which he seems to know every little detail.

A great round of applause too for Christopher Denise illustrations. His soft pastels and character designs are very gorgeous and give the Redwall universe very appealing art for younger readers and die-hard fans.

In the end, this gorgeous book is another pearl in the Redwall Series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars flawless illustrations and a loooong poem July 23 2002
By audrey
Format:Paperback
Fabulous illustrations occupy most of the page in this 64-page poem of 101 six-lined stanzas with an AACBBC rhyming scheme. The story incorporates many of the series' favorite characters, including Matthias and Cornflower, and depicts not only the preparations of a wonderful Redwall feast by hares and mice and otters, but includes a riddle as well.
This book is really beautiful and should be read aloud.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Read-Aloud March 20 2002
Format:Paperback
My older children read this book to themselves and were not impressed, BUT when I read it outloud with a british accent they were mesmerized. It's now one of our favorites. The pictures are delightful. Now my five year old is a Redwall fan too!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful introduction to Redwall! Dec 26 2001
By A Customer
Format:Paperback
I bought this book because my oldest son (5 years old) saw a part of the Redwall series on PBS. He loved it but the book series is too old for him yet. This book is a great introduction! The pictures are gorgeous and the language and imagery are exquisite. I highly recommend this book and I hope there will be more like it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Cute, Very Creative Oct. 2 2000
By W. Han
Format:Hardcover
This book shows the talent of Chris Denise. Being the cover illustrator of the American Redwall books, he shows his work again in this very neat picture book. All the animals are so cute in this book, like hamsters, and it shows you how they prepare, what to prepare, and what to do in the abbey feasts. I recommend this book for all ages.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Your favorite Redwall characters in pictures Sept. 21 2000
Format:Paperback
If you like Brian Jacques' Redwall series of stories, then you will like The Great Redwall Feast. As a picture book, it provides colorful, concrete images of characters that you have seen in your imagination. You'll see the mice, moles, hedgehogs, hares, and other animals prepare a surprise feast for their Abbot of Redwall. Without the violence that is characteristic of the Redwall stories, it is well suited for young children. But it is a fun book for older children too, and even adults (like me).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book! June 21 2000
Format:Paperback
This book is wonderful! Another great book by Brian Jacques. I would recommend that you read this book, and you read all the others in the Redwall series. This book is for people who like adventure and suspense. But I believe that anyone would love it! READ THIS BOOK!
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5.0 out of 5 stars **The Greatest Poem I have ever read** Feb. 22 2000
By A Customer
Format:Hardcover
This is a great book to people who like poems and even if you don't like poems, this book is about a story made into a poem so it's really good.The details are super and it actually makes you hungry when food is described. I like the way the author use animals instead of humans. They are very cute.
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