The blue jays and cardinals of Stone-Run Forest have turned against each other. According to legend, only Swordbird, son of the Great Spirit, has the power to conquer evil and restore peace to the land. But is he real or just a myth? Can Swordbird arrive in time to save the forest . . . or will it be too late?
Twelve-year-old author Nancy Yi Fan has woven a captivating tale about the birds of Stone-Run Forest and the heroism, courage, and resourcefulness in their quest for peace.
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Turnatt, a corrupt hawk, sets out to take over the Stone Run Forest and all its feathered denizens by drafting crows and ravens to do his dirty work and by using those recruits to enslave and divide the forest’s bird communities.| Read Full Review of Swordbird
Nancy Yi Fan- Swordbird (HarperCollins 2007) 3.25 Stars Stone-Run Forest is being torn apart by a war waged by blue jays and cardinals, but are there deeper forces at work here?Sep 24 2010 | Read Full Review of Swordbird
The General Administration of Press and Publication in China placed SWORDBIRD into the 2007 List of 100 Best Children's Books, in which SWORDBIRD ranked 3rd out of the 30 novels and collection of short stories in the fiction and art genre and 1st in the original chapter books category.| Read Full Review of Swordbird
Middle-graders will undoubtedly enjoy it (pleasure enhanced by knowing that a kid wrote it), and be inspired by its young author, maybe even to the point of trying some writing of their own.Feb 01 2006 | Read Full Review of Swordbird
The Book Report NetworkSign up for our newsletters!Stone-Run Forest is home to the tribes of Sunrise and Bluewingle.Feb 01 2007 | Read Full Review of Swordbird
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