Olaf the Viking and the Pig who would be King by Martin Conway
  

Olaf the Viking and the Pig who would be King

Written by Martin Conway

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Bears, magic potions, ghostly warriors and a very unusual pig all star in this comic and action-packed Viking story. Olaf the Viking boy is swept away to help the gods by his friend Loki and is soon caught up in some fanciful escapades. Olaf is a real boy hero that young boys will relish joining in on his adventures.

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Olaf the Viking and the Pig who would be King by Martin Conway

Olaf is enjoying a peaceful life. But then his old friend Loki arrives. He wants Olaf to help the gods with a problem. And the solution is going to involve bears, magic potions, ghostly warriors, warring goddesses-and a very unusual pig ... Can Olaf win through the madness and save the day once again?

About the Author

Martin Conway

MARTIN CONWAY is the pen name of an actor and scriptwriter whose first novel for children, Olaf the Viking (Oxford), is an epic comedy about a 12-year-old boy who gets involved in battles between the Norse gods and giants, as well as the carousing, marauding, and pillaging of his fellow humans. Olaf’s adventures continue in The Pig Who Would Be King (Oxford).

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Format

Paperback
256 pages

Author

Martin Conway
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

2nd July 2009

ISBN

9780192720887

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