Dream Carvers: The Puffin Classics by Joan ClarkDream Carvers: The Puffin Classics by Joan Clark

Dream Carvers: The Puffin Classics

byJoan ClarkForeword byPolly Horvath

Paperback | November 4, 2014

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It is the 11th century, a time of struggle and hardship in what will become the province of Newfoundland. Thrand, a Viking boy from Greenland, is proud to have been chosen to go on a voyage to Leifsbudir in Northern Newfoundland. But events take a disastrous turn when Thrand is captured by the Beothuks, the “red ochre people.” On which side of the cultural divide will he ultimately stand: with his heritage, or with his new people?

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  JOAN CLARK is the author of fourteen highly acclaimed works of fiction. Her work has been translated into a dozen languages and has won numerous awards, among them the Mr. Christie Award, the Geoffrey Bilson Award and the Hibernia Award for The Dream Carvers. Joan Clark lives in Newfoundland.
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Title:Dream Carvers: The Puffin ClassicsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:264 pages, 7 × 5 × 0.72 inPublished:November 4, 2014Publisher:PRH Canada Young ReadersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0143192353

ISBN - 13:9780143192350

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“Then along came Joan Clark with The Dream Carvers. This, I thought, is as close to time travel as one could hope for. Suddenly I was transported not just into the dailiness of their lives, but into their thoughts and dreams” - Polly Horvath