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by David Elliott,Brian Jacques

Brian Jacques (Author), David Elliot (Illustrator). Rakkety Tam: A Tale from Redwall. Series: Redwall (Book 15). School & Library Binding: 400 pages

Brian Jacques (Author), David Elliot (Illustrator). Book 15 of 22 in the Redwall Series. School & Library Binding: 400 pages.

From School Library Journal Rakkety Tam MacBurl, a highland warrior, and his companion Wild Doogy Plumm, join forces with the hares of the Long Patrol Regiment.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. From School Library Journal. Grade 5-9–Jacques once again delivers a heroic tale of friendship, valor, and a battle between good and evil. Rakkety Tam MacBurl, a highland warrior, and his companion Wild Doogy Plumm, join forces with the hares of the Long Patrol Regiment and the occupants and friends of Redwall Abbey to defeat the villains.

Brian Jacques, David Elliot (Illustrator). Rakkety Tam (Redwall Series. Rakkety Tam (Library Binding). Brian Jacques, David Elliott (Illustrator). ISBN: 0399237259 (ISBN13: 9780399237256). Rakkety Tam (Redwall Series Published February 15th 2010 by Recorded Books, LLC. MP3 Book, 0 pages. Published May 22nd 2008 by Paw Prints 2008-05-22. Library Binding, 368 pages. Author(s): Brian Jacques, David Elliott (Illustrator). ISBN: 1435287916 (ISBN13: 9781435287914).

Rakkety Tam (Redwall Book 17) and . Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Book 17 of 22 in the Redwall Series.

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Anybeast who gets in Gulo’s way is dead meat. And he’s heading for the peaceful Redwall Abbey unless Rakkety Tam can stop him. In style and content, the Redwall novels combine elements of Patrick O’Brian, Homer’s Illiad, . Tolkien, and Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows. The Boston Globe Full of the same romping fun as its predecessors, and it offers a brilliant Scottish flavor too. -The Boston Herald A heroic tale of friendship, valor, and a battle between good.

Rakkety Tam (Tale of Redwall) by Jacques, Brian Paperback Book The Fast Free. The latest "New York Times" bestselling entry in the Redwall series tells the story of Rakkety Tam, the roguish Highlander squirrel who sets off for Mossflower Wood on a mercenary errand and loses his heart to the charms of Redwall Abbey.

Rakkety Tam. An Ace Book, published by arrangement with the author. Rakkety Rakkety Rakkety Tam, the drums are beatin’ braw. Welcome to Literature Tube Archieve The free online library containing 500000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. The mercenary warrior Rakkety Tam MacBurl and brave squirrel Wild Doogy Plum team up to save two maidens from the bloodthirsty wolverine Gulo the Savage.
I will shock many reviewers and readers of these books to state that I am over 50, and still enjoying the stories as much as ever. I am confused by several of the reviewers who find this "much the same" - of course. What would one expect to find in a "Redwall" series book than resourceful, brave, small peace-loving critters facing immense odds of evil beasts? This is exactly why one reads the Redwall books - to discover again how the master tale-teller Jacques has woven new characters around the perennial themes of good and evil, friendship and loyalty vs fear and slavery. While true none of the main characters is a casualty in this story, many good creatures die in the course of the tale, and we see several give their lives for their friends - the colonel and the corporal, in different battles.

I started reading Redwall to my children 12 years ago, and have continued to collect all of the books by Brian Jacques, enjoying them mostly myself, although a strong advocate when asked for a reference. I would highly recommend them to "kids" of all ages - only cautioning that the language will stretch younger vocabularies (especially in the earlier books), and that these are not "gentle" books where no one dies. Rose and many others do not survive, and the realism presented in the stories adds greatly to the impact of the books.

If one wants to read about other characters and stories, there are many out there. If you want strong characters, challenging reading, themes of bravery and self-sacrifice, and descriptions of feasting that makes me hungry to write about, these are the best around. Enjoy!
The Redwall series of books is well written and perfect for both young and young-at-heart readers. It’s a fantasy set full of adventures of good versus evil, coming of age, finding bravery and friendship, reveling in poetry and song, and feasting as if at the end of a ten season famine! Brian Jacques crafted wonderful friends and heroes ate Redwall Abbey, and you’ll enjoy meeting them again and again!
This was the first love story I ever read that was longer than six pages. And I call it a love story, not a romance, because it's about so much more than romantic love. Twined up in this story is the love of freedom, honor, and friends. With Tam and Armel, this is no doubt the most romantic Redwall tale - and, in my opinion, it should be the example for every love story out there.

There were wonderful aspects to it beside the romance, of course. The action, the imagination, the humor (because it wouldn't be Redwall without some silliness!) and the courage all do credit to the literary world. But what else can one expect from Brian Jacques?
Once again, the magic which is Redwall permits the reader to enter thier world.

The story is well told, characters engaging and believable.
Loved this book, one of my favorites out of the whole redwall series. I love the squirrel and otter characters so to have one of them as the main hero always makes good books just a little better. Brian Jacques is a great writer and I love the way he does all the accents, especially Rakkety Tam McBurls. This is the first time I have ever read of a wolverine entering the books and it made it all the more better.
Great story. I loved all the animals and dialect of the moles and rabbits.
Always excellent storytelling, another great addition to a wonderful series. I read these to my 4 year old son and he hangs on every word. (And yes, you have to act out the accents!)
This was our third Redwall book that I have read to my boys. They seemed to enjoy this one the most. Did anyone catch why the walking stone was considered so special? I guess I missed that part. Read the book and try to discover for yourself. :)
Rakkety Tam (Turtleback School  Library Binding Edition) (Redwall) ebook
David Elliott,Brian Jacques
Literature & Fiction
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Turtleback Books; Turtleback School & Library ed. edition (August 30, 2005)
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