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The Folk Keeper

Billingsley, Franny, 1954- (Book - 1999 )
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Orphaned Corinna disguises herself as a boy to pose as a Folk Keeper, one who keeps the Evil Folk at bay, and discovers her heritage as a seal maiden when she is taken to live with a wealthy family in their manor by the sea.
Authors: Billingsley, Franny, 1954-
Statement of Responsibility: Franny Billingsley
Title: The Folk Keeper
Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 1999
Characteristics: 162 p. ; 22 cm.
Notes: "A Jean Karl book."
Summary: Orphaned Corinna disguises herself as a boy to pose as a Folk Keeper, one who keeps the Evil Folk at bay, and discovers her heritage as a seal maiden when she is taken to live with a wealthy family in their manor by the sea.
LCCN: 98048778
ISBN: 0689828764
Research Call Number: JFD 00-13923
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