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Two Collars, The - Study Guide

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The Two Collars unit study guide for literature, from a christian perspective





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The 3rd book in the Bracken Trilogy:

Krea, a humble slave girl, is a juggler in a traveling troupe led by a wicked master. When she falls ill one day and it appears she will die she is rescued by the Wise Woman, who buys her from her terrible master. The Wise Woman nurses Krea back to health with comfort, love, and acceptance. She teaches the girl not only a physician's trade but also honor, loyalty, and the value of compassion. The kingdom of Bracken is in danger and Krea becomes a courier in the service of King Reynald. Reynald's cousin, Frederick, has plans to overthrow Reynald and take the throne. In the midst of her runs as a messenger, Krea finds herself captured by her former master. Once again the Wise Woman comes to her rescue, and together they seek a way to save King Reynald and Bracken. Amidst brewing war, she will help Krea understand true freedom.

Read how the trilogy began in The Bridge and in The Crown and Jewel 

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Recommended Grade Level:
Medieval, Imaginative
Workbook ISBN:
Study guide author:
Carol Diehn
for the book by:
Jeri Massi
Study Guide Page Count:
54 pages