Cedric the Forester

Bernard Gay MARSHALL (1875 - 1945)

A rollicking juvenile adventure tale, this historical fiction book received the Newbery Honor award in 1922. Set in England during the early 1200s, the scion of a Western Marches noble family relates the many encounters and battles that he faces with the Saxon yeoman who becomes his fast friend. This yeoman, great of cross-bow skill and strategy, often saves the day, and after earning knighthood, becomes instrumental in the making of the Magna Carta. - Summary by Lynette Caulkins

Genre(s): Action & Adventure Fiction, Culture & Heritage Fiction, Historical Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 I - The Siege of Castle Mountjoy - part 1 Lynette Caulkins
00:08:41
Play 02 I - The Siege of Castle Mountjoy - part 2 Lynette Caulkins
00:27:31
Play 03 II - The Tapping on the Dungeon Wall Lynette Caulkins
00:14:35
Play 04 III - Cedric the Forester Lynette Caulkins
00:24:13
Play 05 IV - The Champion of Mountjoy Lynette Caulkins
00:26:52
Play 06 V - The Festival of the Archers Lynette Caulkins
00:26:46
Play 07 VI - Wolf's Head Glen Lynette Caulkins
00:30:45
Play 08 VII - The Outlaws of Blackpool Lynette Caulkins
00:22:57
Play 09 VIII - The Fortress of the Monkslayer Lynette Caulkins
00:11:31
Play 10 IX - Churl and Overlord Lynette Caulkins
00:30:04
Play 11 X - The Pass of the Eagles Lynette Caulkins
00:30:37
Play 12 XI - By Kimberley Moat Lynette Caulkins
00:24:07
Play 13 XII - The Iron Collar Lynette Caulkins
00:33:04
Play 14 XIII - On the Road to Runnymede - part 1 Lynette Caulkins
00:19:04
Play 15 XIII - On the Road to Runnymede - part 2 Lynette Caulkins
00:24:14