Vikings

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Scotland: The Story of a Nation

By Magnus Magnusson

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"Offering the most up-to-date and comprehensive history of Scotland available, the author explains the roots of the original Scots, he examines how Scotland was shaped by the Roman, the Vikings, and the English, and presents colorful stories of battles, political intrigues, and presents a rich pageant of historical characters."

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Dragon Flame and Viking Steel

Sword Song by Rosemary Sutcliff

"Just go! A man with a sword need never lack the means of life--or death. If after five years you still live and you shall be free to return and take your place in the settlement again, it may be that I shall be able to stand the sight of you."
With these harsh words from his chief, Bjarni Sigurdson, a young Viking swordsman, is banished from his home.

A Gift and a Sacrifice

The Fated Sky

by Henrietta Branford

There was a dragon in the sky the night the stranger came to Smolsund farm. A girl named Ran saw it and feared it. She clutched the tiny silver hammer, a talisman for Thor's protection. Amma, her father's mother, had placed it around her neck. She knew that her grandmother was worried for her.

Damsels in Distress--Not!

Trickster's Choice by Tamora Pierce

Her father was the King of Thieves in the capital city of Tortall, now "retired" to lead the Crown's secret service. Her mother is Alanna, the best fighter in the kingdom and the first woman to ever be a knight.