Medallion [Paperback]

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The medallion belongs to the true king of Gadalla. In order to regain the throne from his usurping uncle, Prince Trave must find and claim the medallion. But first he needs to decide whether or not to trust Gris, a strange old warrior who knew his father. Companion novel for Reading 4: I Met You in a Story. Prince Trave must prove himself worthy to rule by winning the gold medallion.

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Pages   213
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.32" Width: 5.84" Height: 0.49"
Weight:   0.6 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Feb 11, 2005
Publisher   Bob Jones University Press
Age  9-12
ISBN  0890842825  
EAN  9780890842829  


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QUEST TO BE KING  May 5, 2000
TRAVE SETS OFF WITH THE KING OF KAPNOS TO GET HIS FATHER'S MEDALLION TO PROVE THAT HE IS RIGHTFUL KING OF GADALLA. THEN AFTER A ENCOUNTER WITH THE LEADER OF THE DARK ALLIANCE WHICH CONSISTS OF SARDA LITORIS AND TORRIDIA,SARDA THE LEADER HE LEARNS A SECRET. UNFORTUNATELY HE HAS NO TIME TO PONDER THIS FOR GADALLA IS ABOUT TO BE ATTACKED BY THE DARK ALLIANCE. THE GADALLAN, KAPNOS, AND KOLONIAN ARMIES ARE AT THE BATTLE FIELD, BUT ARE LOSING! CAN THE DIDERAN ARMIE GET THERE IN TIME?
 
QUEST TO BE KING  May 5, 2000
PRINCE TRAVE SETS AOUT WITH THE KING OF KAPNOS TO FIND HIS FATHER'S MEDALLION TO PROVE THAT HE IS THE RIGHTFUL KING OF GADALLA. THEN AFTER A BAD ENCOUNTER WITH THE ENEMY HE LEARNS A STARTLING SECRET BUT HAS NO TIME TO PONDER IT BECAUSE HE HAS TO SAVE GADALLA FROM BEING USURPED BY THE ENEMIES
 
QUEST TO BE KING  May 5, 2000
PRINCE TRAVE SETS AOUT WITH THE KING OF KAPNOS TO FIND HIS FATHER'S MEDALLION TO PROVE THAT HE IS THE RIGHTFUL KING OF GADALLA. THEN AFTER A BAD ENCOUNTER WITH THE ENEMY HE LEARNS A STARTLING SECRET BUT HAS NO TIME TO PONDER IT BECAUSE HE HAS TO SAVE GADALLA FROM BEING USURPED BY THE ENEMIES
 
What makes a King?  Apr 18, 2000
Trave is prince of Gadalla, but he should be king. His fatherdied long ago, and he often reminds himself that his uncle, Panii, isnot the rightful king. One day he will rule. Now Trave is not allowed to own a falcon. Now he is not allowed a horse. One day he will have a stable full of fine horses. One day all Gadalla will listen to him and obey his every word.

Trave has little thought of any but himself (and horses)until he meets a visitor to Gadalla, Gris, the wise king of Kapnos. This king remembers Trave's father, of whom it is forbidden to speak. King Gris may be able to help Trave get his throne. He promises to lead Trave on the dangerous journey to find the medallion which is the mark of the true king.

Trave and Gris set off at once, on a journey which leads far. Trave finds himself forced to do many things which do not seem the job of a king, and forbidden to do what a king should be allowed. Perhaps Gris is not truly helping him. Perhaps there is a better way to the crown. Perhaps the medallion does not even exist.

In his journeys, Trave learns the dutys of a king:

To learn what is true;

To believe the truth;

To act on that belief.

Though totally fictitious, this is one of the greatest children's books I have read. An exciting story is used to teach the lesson which Christ so humbly demonstrated by washing His disciples feet: The true king is first a servant.

 

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