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Absent Without Leif (Crabtree Chronicles)

by Robin Kingsland

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Freya is a peace-loving tomboy - she can wield an axe better than any lad her age, and definitely better than her twin brother, Leif. But Leif has been called upon to go "a Viking", but he'd rather stay at home. Freya seizes the opportunity, and begins a voyage of disguise and discovery.

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