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What hope is there when all have been deceived?
The dreamworld has been prepared by the elves, and the children of the heroes of the Danelands must travel to face unknown dangers. They have no weapons or powers, only their minds and magical amulets around their necks to protect themselves from the dark power of the Bergkonge.
But are the amulets enough to protect the children from their enemy? The elves watch over the children as they sleep, but they are powerless to see or stop what happens in the dreamworld.
The children must take on the challenges of the dreamworld to open the path to the Bergkonge's lair in the real world, and all their parents can do is wait, and hope, in the penultimate book in the Bergkonge story arc in The Children of Ribe series.
The Children of Ribe is a Viking Saga for children bringing the culture and mythology of the Danish Vikings to life. The book series has been influenced by Enid Blyton, Arthur Ransome, Susan Cooper, J R R Tolkien and C. S. Lewis.
Based in Denmark during the time of the Vikings, these books are tales of magic and danger that are suitable for children from the ages of seven and up to read on their own but also perfect for people to read to children from the age of 4.
The Children of Ribe is a modern fairy tale that brings elements of Danish folklore and mythology to life mixed with elements of Viking culture. These books have been designed to help children with dyslexia to read. You can watch author C.S. Woolley talking about dyslexia and reading from FATE, book 1 in the Children of Ribe series here: https://youtu.be/EcnKLKa5c98
Whether you are interested in Vikings, studying them at school, or are simply shopping for the perfect gift for your favourite bookworm, the Children of Ribe series is just what you are looking for.
The Children of Ribe books have all been formatted to help encourage dyslexic children and reluctant readers to engage with books. The type space and font sizing are larger than in most books and the font has been chosen as it is much easier to read.