Lost Magic by Berthe Amoss

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Abandoned and then raised in the forest by the elderly woman who rescued her, Ceridwen uses her magical healing powers to help Lord Robert, only to find herself accused of witchcraft and braving evil powers to rescue the lord's daughter.

About Berthe Amoss

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For many years, Mrs. Amoss taught students at Tulane University how to write for children and conducted juvenile writing workshops around the South.
Published October 1, 1993 by Hyperion (Juv). 184 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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That loss, an older family retainer's jealousy, and a complicated sequence of accusations and heroic but misunderstood attempts to keep Elinor from the Plague (everyone else has been exposed) lead Ceridwen to a witch's pyre--from which she escapes only as a bird.

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Set in Britain during the Middle Ages, this well-crafted story centers on Ceridwen, a Wise Woman who can heal sickness with herbs.

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