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The Redwall Bookshelf

The Tribes of Redwall: Badgers

Written by Brian Jacques
Illustrated by Peter Standley

The Tribes of Redwall: Badgers is the first book in a new series of companions. The companion book (similar to the Redwall Riddler and Friend & Foe) will contain information on the main badger characters, a quiz, and a poster.

Random House issued this statement regarding Tribes:

The brave creatures who defend Redwall Abbey from the threat of evil hail from many different tribes throughout Mossflower and beyond. The Tribes of Redwall is an exciting new series that takes a closer look at these tribes and at their place in Redwall legend. There will be profiles of the main characters along with a quiz and a magnificent fold out poster. Badgers is the first in the series.

Wise and noble, yet with a vulnerability towards the terrible bloodwrath, badgers are an integral part of life at Redwall. As well as the tradition of the Badger Mother at the Abbey, there are close links between Redwall and Salamandastron, the legendary fortress of the Badger Lords.
Another blurb about the Tribes series:
This series takes a closer look at the clans and tribes who defend the Redwall Abbey from the threat of evil throughout Mossflower and beyond. In this book discover the hidden world of the badger lords and the badger life in Redwall. Badger heroes include Boar the Fighter and Lord Rawnblade.

Page Count: 21
The Tribes of Redwall: Badgers copyright 2001 The Redwall Abbey Company Ltd. All rights reserved.
UK Edition Published by Red Fox
US Edition Published by Philomel Books


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