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by Evan H. Rhodes

eBook Army of Children download ISBN: 0385271719
Author: Evan H. Rhodes
Publisher: Doubleday (March 1, 1978)
Language: English
ePub: 1425 kb
Fb2: 1966 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary

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An Army of Children (1978), a novel by Evan Rhodes that tells the story of two boys, a Catholic and a Jew, partaking in the Children's Crusade. Angeline (2004), a novel by Karleen Bradford about the life of a girl, Angeline, a priest, and Stephen of Cloyes after they are sold into slavery in Cairo.

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Rhodes, Evan H. Publication date. Children's Crusade, 1212. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. New York : Dial Press. Uploaded by AliciaDA on March 2, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Had read first book, then book three of the series.

Evan J Rhodes Evan J Rhodes in England & Wales, Marriage Index, 1837-2005 They had 7 children: Willie Rhodes, Nancy Susie Rhodes and 5 other children. Evan lived in 1870, at address, North Carolina. He lived in 1910, at address, North Carolina.

Evan J Rhodes Evan J Rhodes in England & Wales, Marriage Index, 1837-2005. Evan J Rhodes married Mary J Morris in month 1914, at marriage place. Evan J Rhodes 1892Evan J Rhodes in 1939 Register of England & Wales. Evan J Rhodes was born on month day 1892. Evan married Mary J Rhodes. They had 7 children: Willie Rhodes, Nancy Susie Rhodes and 5 other children.

Find nearly any book by Evan H Rhodes. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Army of Children: ISBN 9780583130578 (978-0-583-13057-8) Softcover, Pocket Books, 1979. Bless This House (American Palace Vol 1). ISBN 9780425054574 (978-0-425-05457-4) Softcover, Berkley, 1982.

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Comments: (3)
I first read this book when I was in high school. I really enjoyed it. I let someone borrow my copy and it was never returned. I am glad that I found it again. It takes you to the time of the crusades and how a group of children fought and lived thru them. It helps one understand what was happening around the crusades not just what we have learned in the history books.
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I actually didn't buy this book to read it. My daughter lost the book from her school library and she had to replace it. If I had to comment on anything the company I purchased it from CityBooks did an awesome job of sending the book in a very short time and the book was marked as a "good" copy (the shape the book was in)and it was exactly that. Thanks Amazon!
I first picked this book up when I was 13 years old. Ironically, Sting had released an album that year with a song track called, "Children's Crusade" -- I believed it to be divine providence. The book focuses on the Children's Crusade of 1212 AD. After several failed attempts to take the Holy City of Jerusalem by force, thousands of children deluded themselves into thinking they could take it by love. Approximately 30,000 children set out from both Paris and Cologne under the leadership of a child called Stephen, who self-styled himself a prophet. He swore the seas would part for him at Genoa and that they would walk the rest of the way to Jerusalem.
The story focuses around two characters - a Christian and a Jew - who follow on crusade for varying reasons. One by one the friends they make fall prey to the rigors of travel - crossing the Alps, Starvation, hostility, and the reality of slave traders in the Middle Ages. It's truly an astonishing book that weaves hope together with fear and faith.