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Crispin: The Cross of Lead - Study Guide

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Crispin: The Cross of Lead unit study guide for literature, from a Christian perspective



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Newbery Medal Winner 2003, ALA Notable Children's Book, Publishers Weekly Best-Seller, New York Time Best-Seller

The boy had always been called "Asta's son," but when Asta, his mother, dies, the village priest reveals that his Christian name is Crispin. He also gives Crispin his mother's lead cross and promises to reveal what the words etched on its surface mean. But before he can tell Crispin, the priest is murdered and Crispin accused of the crime. Believing the cross holds clues to his father's identity, Crispin flees, eventually joining up with a traveling juggler named Bear. Full of surprises, thrills, twists, treachery, contentment, and a hearty dose of what life was actually like in the 14th century, Crispin is also a story of faith, developing maturity, and learning what freedom and manhood really mean.

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Recommended Grade Level:
1300's Medieval England
Workbook ISBN:
Study Guide Author:
Robert & Janice DeLong
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Study Guide Page Count:
75 pages