||In sixteenth-century France, ruled by a Church that overtaxes peasants and burns heretics, Marius must postpone his apprenticeship to care for his six-year-old brother, whose birth took their mother's life, and who the villagers, backed by the Church, believe will become a "loup garou" -- a werewolf.
|General note||"Originally published in 2000 by Hyperion Books for Children."|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (page 135).|
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|ISBN||9780816692071 (pb : alk. paper)|