Cedric the Forester

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Cedric the Forester is a long story for children and young adults. It was written by Bernard Marshall. It was a Newbery Medal Honor Book in 1922.[1]

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Dickon Mountjoy tells the story. He is a Norman boy who lives in a castle in England in the 13th century. His best friend is Cedric, a boy who lives in a cottage in the forest. Cedric is very good at shooting with a bow and arrow. Dickon and Cedric grow up together and have many adventures. In the end, they help to get King John of England to sign the Magna Carta.

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