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- ISBN: 9781631523779
- Physical Description: 282 pages ; 22 cm
- Publisher: Tempe, AZ : SheWrites Press, 
Includes discussion questions.
As a little girl, Trudy Herman is taught to stand up for truth by her much-loved grandfather. Then in 1943, Trudy's childhood drastically changes when her family is sent to a German-American Internment Camp in Texas. On the journey to the camp, Trudy meets Ruth, who tells her and her friend Eddie the legend of the Paladins - knights of Emperor Charlemagne who used magic gifted to them by the heavens to stand up for virtue and truth. Ruth insists both Trudy and Eddie will become modern-day Paladins - defenders of truth and justice - but Trudy's experiences inside the camp soon convince her that she doesn't have what it takes to be a knight.
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