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The door in the wall

When Robin, the son of a nobleman, falls and loses the use of his legs, he is abandoned and left alone. A monk named Brother Luke rescues Robin and takes him to the hospice of St. Mark's were he is taught woodcarving and--much harder--patience and strength. Winner of the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award.

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  • "When Robin, the son of a nobleman, falls and loses the use of his legs, he is abandoned and left alone. A monk named Brother Luke rescues Robin and takes him to the hospice of St. Mark's were he is taught woodcarving and--much harder--patience and strength. Winner of the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award."@en
  • "The story of young Robin, the crippled son of a mighty lord, who proves his courage and earns recognition from the King."@en
  • "The story of young Robin, the crippled son of a mighty lord, who proves his courage and earns recognition from the King."
  • "The crippled son of a powerful nobleman in fourteenth-century England sets out to prove his courage and his right to be recognized by the King."
  • "In the Middle Ages a young boy crippled by the plague has an adventurous journey from London to the castle where he becomes a page. Directions for stage settings and a list of props are included. There are parts for eighteen men and eight women."
  • "In 13th-century England, the crippled son of a great lord overcomes his disabilities by craftsmanship and wins knighthood by a courageous act."@en
  • "A crippled boy in fourteenth-century England proves his courage and earns recognition from the King."@en
  • "A crippled boy in fourteenth-century England proves his courage and earns recognition from the King."
  • "A crippled boy in fourteenth-century England proves his courage and earns recognition from the King. Ever since he can remember, Robin, son of Sir John de Bureford, has been told what is expected of him as the son of a nobleman. He must learn the ways of knighthood. But Robin's destiny is changed in one stroke: He falls ill and loses the use of his legs. Fearing a plague, his servants abandon him and Robin is left alone."@en
  • "A crippled boy in fourteenth-century England proves his courage and earns recognition from the King. Ever since he can remember, Robin, son of Sir John de Bureford, has been told what is expected of him as the son of a nobleman. He must learn the ways of knighthood. But Robin's destiny is changed in one stroke: He falls ill and loses the use of his legs. Fearing a plague, his servants abandon him and Robin is left alone."
  • "In the Middle Ages a young boy crippled by the plague has an adventurous journey from London to the castle where he becomes a page."
  • "In the Middle Ages a young boy crippled by the plague has an adventurous journey from London to the castle where he becomes a page."@en
  • "In the Middle Ages a young boy crippled by the plague has an adventurous journey."@en
  • "Set in the fourteenth century, the classic story of one boy's personal heroism when he loses the use of his legs. From the Paperback edition."@en
  • "Newberry Medal winner."@en

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  • "Drama."
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  • "History."
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