3 edition of Warriors without war found in the catalog.
Warriors without war
Patricia R. Wickman
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Patricia Riles Wickman|
|LC Classifications||E99.S28 B459 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780817317317, 9780817385392|
|LC Control Number||2010053743|
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Warriors Series Echoes of the War Book 1: Faded Boundaries Chapter Twenty Five Morning had come, and it was time for Silentpaw to return to ThunderClan. As Mistystar and a few other cats waited by the entrance, ready to escort her, the apprentice said her goodbyes to the rest of the Clan. “Are you sure you won't stay?” Pondbreeze asked sadly as Silentpaw touched noses . An old-fashioned book about battles past, before the technocrats came along to ruin the notion of courage under fire. Indeed, writes British military journalist and historian Hastings, “this study will be of no interest to such modern warlords as U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, because it addresses aspects of conflict they do not comprehend, creatures .
Warriors Series Echoes of the War Book 2: The Broken Shadow Chapter Ten Bramblestar stood atop the High Ledge. Silentpaw waited in the crowd below, listening intently. Her leader was naming the cats who would attend tonight's Gathering. He'd named several warriors already, including her mentor. The tabby finished his list with, “Blazepaw, Silentpaw, and Finchpaw.”. The author is eternally grateful to the selfless warriors and families who created these places of recognition, reflection and “welcome home” and who assisted with this book by sharing their stories. A portion of the proceeds from this book will be donated to the maintenance funds of those memorials still without government sponsorship.
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