The Knight at Dawn (Magic Tree House, No. 2)

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Franz Josef is desperate for the letter not to fall into the wrong hands, for it contains a damning secret. In them the vague worship and devotion of the a ssumes a form. And what of the young apothecary’s assistant, Gisa? Delia and Rhoda are stunt pilots, touring the American countryside in the 1920s, each with a child. What is the significance of Cather's silence? This compelling story of a community that comes together to find the strength to fight injustice features a humble heroine who doesn’t recognize the power of her own words.

Pages: 67

Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers (February 16, 1993)

ISBN: 067982412X

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