The Great Redwall Feast

by Brian Jacques
Release date: 1996
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy, childrens

The creatures of Redwall – the abbeymice and hares, otters and moles – are planning a surprise feast in their dear Abbot's honor. There is cake to be baked, marchpane to be rolled. Stirring and sifting, smoothing and brewing. Can everything be finished in time? And how can the Redwallers keep such a grand feast from their Abbot's keen eyes? Fans of Brian Jacques's beloved Redwall books will delight in seeing their old friends, brought to life by Christopher Denise's witty, cozy art.

"Spirited and humorous... Denise's affectionate, detailed watercolors bring all the action to life." – Kirkus Reviews

updated 2017-01-16

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