Redwall: Clunys Clowns

Release Date: 29 June 2009 | Certificate: Universal, suitable for all
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Brian Jacques's bestselling children's books spring to animated life in the PBS cartoon series REDWALL. Set during the Middle Ages, the series offers a mystical blend of adventure and fantasy in the tale of a shy young mouse who pursues his heroic destiny. After his village is destroyed by an evil rat warlord named Cluny the Scourge, the orphaned Matthias Mouse is taken in by the kindly monks of the Redwall Abbey, where he becomes a novice. But Matthias's peaceful life at Redwall is soon shattered by the reappearance of Cluny, who aims to ransack the abbey and enslave its inhabitants. The only object with the power to stop the rodent marauders is a magical sword owned by the abbey's legendary founder, Martin the Warrior. Together with his friends Constance the badger, Basil the hare, and Cornflower the field mouse, Matthias embarks on an epic quest to retrieve the mythic weapon and save his adopted home. This volume continues the action-packed series.
Release Date: 29 June 2009
Certificate: U - Universal - Suitable for all

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Catalogue No: FHED2423