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    Harald Hardnut
    Product ID: 107277
    Category: Books
    Description: A thrilling Viking adventure from the bestselling Tony Bradman. Harald Hardnut was a Viking outlaw, but he became an emperor's bodyguard, a princess's husband and, at last, a king. Based on the life of a real historical figure. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+
    ISBN: 9781781124161
    Price: £5.99
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