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Tales of Borschland: The Winter Tree

Tales of Borschland The Winter Tree In two adventurers from the Dutch East India Company set out into the wilds of the country that will become Borschland to discover a tree mysteriously blooming in the dead of winter The native L

  • Title: Tales of Borschland: The Winter Tree
  • Author: D.W. Frauenfelder
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  • Page: 160
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  • In 1642, two adventurers from the Dutch East India Company set out into the wilds of the country that will become Borschland to discover a tree mysteriously blooming in the dead of winter The native Loflinders claim to one of them, Captain Henrick Lojren van Borsch, that a fabulous pair of silver skates will be hanging from the tree, guarded by a monster But when the DutIn 1642, two adventurers from the Dutch East India Company set out into the wilds of the country that will become Borschland to discover a tree mysteriously blooming in the dead of winter The native Loflinders claim to one of them, Captain Henrick Lojren van Borsch, that a fabulous pair of silver skates will be hanging from the tree, guarded by a monster But when the Dutchmen arrive, the truth is stranger than the legend.

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    About "D.W. Frauenfelder"

    1. D.W. Frauenfelder

      D.W Frauenfelder began writing stories at the tender age of very young and his first novel was the critically acclaimed by his teacher Dawe and the Typhoon, about a boy from the South Pacific who has to shift for himself when his family is wiped out by a storm Recently, Frauenfelder realized that Dawe and the Typhoon was probably written in imitation of the Newberry Award winning novel Call It Courage by Armstrong Sperry, though he has no recollection of reading this book Frauenfelder has followed up this homage by writing novels inspired by such diverse influences as P.D Eastman author of Go Dog Go , Else Holmelund Minarik author of the Little Bear series , Ursula LeGuin author of the Earthsea Trilogy , Homer author of the Iliad and the Odyssey , and Herg author of the Tintin graphic novels He lives in Texas with his family and pet pygmy hippopotamus, Etwart.

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