The White Stag

Paperback | October 25, 1979

byKate Seredy

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Winner of the Newbery Medal
 
For generations the tribes of Huns and Magyars had moved relentlessly westward, obeying the voices of their pagan gods, which compelled them to follow the elusive white stag to their promised homeland. They swept Europe, all the while pursuing their vision of the stag. Their leader was called Attila, and the land Hungary. Here is the epic story of their tribal migration and their fierce leader—known to us even today. 

“The wonder of a fairy tale, the stirring romance of a heroic legend, rounded out with the color, atmosphere, and poetry of this artist’s retelling of the story of Attila.”—The New York Times

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Retells the legendary story of the Huns' and Magyars' long migration from Asia to Europe where they hope to find a permanent home

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Winner of the Newbery Medal   For generations the tribes of Huns and Magyars had moved relentlessly westward, obeying the voices of their pagan gods, which compelled them to follow the elusive white stag to their promised homeland. They swept Europe, all the while pursuing their vision of the stag. Their leader was called Attila, and t...

Kate Seredy (1899-1975) is the Hungarian-born writer and illustrator of numerous children's books. She won the Newbery Medal, the Newbery Honor, the Caldecott Honor, and the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award.

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Format:PaperbackPublished:October 25, 1979Publisher:Penguin Young Readers Group

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0140312587

ISBN - 13:9780140312584

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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Retells the legendary story of the Huns' and Magyars' long migration from Asia to Europe where they hope to find a permanent home