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Song of St. Francis

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Third graders can read this vivid retelling of the familiar St. Francis legend while somewhat older children will not feel it is written down to them. Chiefly the emphasis is on the young Francis, his boyhood in Assisi, his yearning to be a knight, his mischief, his comrades. Occasionally, there are flashes of the Saint -- but he serves first in the wars between the city ...more
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Published June 28th 1952 by HarperCollins Children's Books (first published June 1952)
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