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  • Passager: The Young Merlin Trilogy, Book One

    Jane Yolen

    eBook (HMH Books for Young Readers, March 1, 2013)
    A boy is abandoned in the woods of medieval England. A year passes--a year of terror and hunger, of sleeping in trees and foraging for food, of outrunning packs of wild dogs--until one day a falconer captures and tames the boy as he would any passager, a young bird caught in the wild and trained. The falconer adopts the boy and teaches him all of the things he’s forgotten, including the boy’s true name--and the legacy of magic that will be his when he comes of age. “This first book of the Young Merlin Trilogy will have readers awaiting the sequels.”--The Horn Book
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  • Passager: The Young Merlin Trilogy, Book One

    Jane Yolen

    Hardcover (Harcourt Children's Books, April 15, 1996)
    A boy is abandoned in the woods of medieval England. A year passes--a year of terror and hunger, of sleeping in trees and foraging for food, of outrunning packs of wild dogs--until one day a falconer captures and tames the boy as he would any passager, a young bird caught in the wild and trained. The falconer adopts the boy and teaches him all of the things he’s forgotten, including the boy’s true name--and the legacy of magic that will be his when he comes of age. “This first book of the Young Merlin Trilogy will have readers awaiting the sequels.”--The Horn Book
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  • Merlin: The Young Merlin Trilogy, Book Three

    Jane Yolen

    Hardcover (Harcourt Children's Books, March 1, 1997)
    In flight from the magic visions that plague him, Merlin falls into the hands of the wodewose--wild folk who, according to legend, live in the company of wolves and devour children. But far from being wild, the wodewose are an enormous family of the unwanted, the abandoned, and the homeless. For once Merlin has found a place where an orphan like himself belongs. The triumphant conclusion to the Young Merlin Trilogy.
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  • Merlin: The Young Merlin Trilogy, Book Three

    Jane Yolen

    eBook (HMH Books for Young Readers, March 1, 1997)
    In flight from the magic visions that plague him, Merlin falls into the hands of the wodewose--wild folk who, according to legend, live in the company of wolves and devour children. But far from being wild, the wodewose are an enormous family of the unwanted, the abandoned, and the homeless. For once Merlin has found a place where an orphan like himself belongs. The triumphant conclusion to the Young Merlin Trilogy.
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  • Hobby: The Young Merlin Trilogy, Book Two

    Jane Yolen

    eBook (HMH Books for Young Readers, Sept. 15, 1996)
    The story of the young Merlin’s coming-of-age continues in this thrilling sequel to Passager. “An enjoyable introduction to Arthurian fantasy.”--The Horn Book
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  • Hobby: The Young Merlin Trilogy, Book Two

    Jane Yolen

    Hardcover (Harcourt Children's Books, Sept. 15, 1996)
    The story of the young Merlin’s coming-of-age continues in this thrilling sequel to Passager. “An enjoyable introduction to Arthurian fantasy.”--The Horn Book
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  • The Young Merlin Trilogy

    JaneYolen

    Paperback (HarcourtBraceandCompany, Aug. 31, 2004)
    Title: The Young Merlin Trilogy( Passager Hobby and Merlin) <>Binding: Paperback <>Author: JaneYolen <>Publisher: HarcourtBraceandCompany
  • The Young Merlin Trilogy: Passager, Hobby, and Merlin

    Jane Yolen

    Library Binding (Paw Prints 2008-04-25, April 25, 2008)
    This is the legendary story of Merlin--from his abandonment by his parents at the age of eight to the discovery of his powers at twelve. Together, these three novels reimagine the origins of the greatest wizard of all time, giving readers a Merlin at once more human and more magical than any that has appeared before.
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