Caedmon's Song Hardback

by Ruth Ashby;

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Caedmon's Song

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Long ago, when hardly anyone knew how to read or write, people recited stories by heart. They sat around the hearth at night, telling of heroes and monsters, great battles fought, and fortunes made and lost. On feast days, they passed the harp around the room so that everyone could sing a poem. But when the harp reached Caedmon, his thoughts dried up. He opened his mouth and nothing at all came out. It was embarrassing. No wonder he hated poetry. A quiet man who loved tending his cows, Caedmon couldn't recite poetry because he thought he had no stories to tell. Then after one especially upsetting experience, Caedmon stormed home, fell asleep in the barn, and began to dream. That night, everything changed for Caedmon ...With jovial, heartwarming illustrations and beautifully illuminated letters, this tale is based on the true story of Caedmon, the seventh-century cowherd who became known as the first English poet.

Caedmon's Song by Ruth Ashby was published by Eerdmans Publishing Company in February 2006. The ISBN for Caedmon's Song is 9780802852410.

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Details for Caedmon's Song

Page last updated 10th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book Formathardback
PublisherEerdmans Publishing Company (February 2006)
IllustratorBill Slavin
Number of Pages32
Thickness11 mm
Height285 mm
Width215 mm
Product Code111874
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