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In Gulielma Zollinger's captivating book, we embark on an extraordinary journey through the eyes of a young boy named Tim. Set in a quaint countryside town, "A Boy's Ride" beautifully captures the innocence and wonder of childhood.

The story follows Tim as he sets off on a seemingly ordinary bike ride. However, his journey takes an unexpected turn when he stumbles upon an old, abandoned farmhouse. Intrigued by the mystery it holds, Tim's adventure begins to unfold.

Zollinger skillfully brings the characters to life, painting vivid portraits of the people Tim encounters along the way. From the wise old gardener to the mischievous neighborhood cat, each character adds depth and charm to the narrative.

What makes this book truly special is Zollinger's exquisite storytelling technique. Through Tim's eyes, we witness the magic hidden within ordinary moments. With every pedal of his bicycle, the world unfolds before us, unveiling secrets and surprises that ignite our own sense of curiosity and imagination.

"A Boy's Ride" not only captures the essence of childhood but also explores timeless themes of friendship, courage, and self-discovery. As Tim faces challenges and navigates the unknown, readers of all ages are reminded of their own personal journeys.

Zollinger's prose is effortlessly elegant, creating a lyrical and engaging reading experience. Her rich descriptions and attention to detail transport us to the charming countryside. As we join Tim on his ride, the sights, sounds, and smells of this idyllic setting become almost tangible, enveloping us in its beauty.

While "A Boy's Ride" is a story of adventure, it also subtly addresses deeper emotions that resonate on a universal level. Tim's innocence and vulnerability allow us to connect with our own childhood selves, stirring nostalgic sentiments and encouraging reflection.

In this enchanting tale, Zollinger reminds us of the importance of embracing curiosity, finding joy in the simple things, and pursuing the unknown. "A Boy's Ride" is a captivating read that effortlessly transports us back to a time when our imaginations knew no limits and endless possibilities awaited around every corner.

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[Illustration: "Yield Thee in the King's Name"]

A BOY'S RIDE

BY GULIELMA ZOLLINGER

1909

ILLUSTRATIONS AND COVER DESIGN BY FANNY M. CHAMBERS

ILLUSTRATIONS

"Yield thee in the king's name!"

Hugo seeks shelter within the walls

"Thou art welcome, my lad," said Lady De Aldithely

"It is well thou hast me to lead thee"

Humphrey and Hugo in the oak tree

The little spy and Humphrey

Hugo looked about him with interest

Humphrey started up, snatching a great bunch of long, flaming reeds

None knew which way to turn to escape

Richard Wood finds Walter Skinner

Walter Skinner's horse refused to be controlled

Richard Wood beckoned the Saxons to approach

He rode to the edge of the moat and looked down

Humphrey in priest's garb

Bartlemy bore garments for disguise

Humphrey, half turning in his saddle, saw a priest

A BOY'S RIDE

CHAPTER I

It was the last of May in the north of England, in the year 1209. A very different England from what any boy of to day has seen. A chilly east wind was blowing. The trees of the vast forests were all in leaf but the ash trees, and they were unfolding their buds. And along a bridle path a few miles southwest of York a lad of fourteen was riding, while behind him followed a handsome deerhound. A boy of fourteen, at that age of the world, was an older and more important personage than he is to day... Continue reading book >>




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