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The Paper Sword

By Robert Priest (Dundurn, $13)

Xemion fashions his own wooden sword -- against the law of his Pathan conquerors. After a man sees his skill with the weapon, he's invited to join a rebellion. A young adult novel.

 

Losing Touch

By Sandra Hunter (Oneworld, $20)

Arjun moves his family to London after Indian independence. When he's diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy, he begins questioning the way he has mistreated them.

 

Kingdom

By Robyn Young (HarperCollins, $19)

Robert the Bruce, king of Scotland, is forced into exile by Edward of England and his army. But Robert rallies his army for an epic battle for land and the peoples' hearts.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 26, 2014 G7

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Updated on Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 8:53 AM CDT: Formatting.

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