The Dream-Time by Henry Treece


At the dawn of human existence a young boy named Crookleg has mastery over a new kind of magic. His people, deeply superstitious, curse him for they fear his magic will harm the barley crop and the community. But Crookleg finds himself not agreeing with their opinions. His magic, the ability to make pictures of animals eventually finds him cast out. When he ventures into the dangerous lands beyond his home he finds danger, a new name, starvation and eventually family.

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A hard cover edition with rust coloured boards, gilt lettering and unclipped, illustrated dust jacket. There is a previous owners inscription on the inside front page in blue ink. There is some foxing and toning throughout but the text and illustrations are clear and legible.

The dust jacket has wear, rubbing, wear and some tearing along the edges.

Publisher: Brockhampton Press, London.

Publication Date: 1972. Fourth impression

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Weight 0.370 kg
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