Item description for The Hawk That Dare Not Hunt by Day by Scott O'Dell...
Overview Tom Barton seeks to protect the man who taught him to read the Word of God - William Tyndale. But a dangerous web of destruction winds around Tyndale, threatening to stop his work of translating the Scriptures into English.
Publishers Description Tom Barton and his Uncle Jack help William Tyndale smuggle newly translated Bibles into England. Hunted and hated by many, a fugitive in several countries, this humble man's pen changed the course of history.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Aug 29, 2007
Publisher Bob Jones University Press
Grade Level High School
ISBN 0890843686 ISBN13 9780890843680
Availability 73 units. Availability accurate as of May 27, 2017 07:21.
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More About Scott O'Dell
Scott O'Dell (1898-1989), one of the most respected authors of historical fiction, received the Newbery Medal, three Newbery Honor Medals, and the Hans Christian Andersen Author Medal, the highest international recognition for a body of work by an author of books for young readers. Some of his many books include The Island of the Blue Dolphins, The Road to Damietta, Sing Down the Moon, and The Black Pearl.
Scott O'Dell was born in 1898 and died in 1989.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Hawk That Dare Not Hunt by Day?
A Story of History May 14, 2003
This book is the Story/History of William Tyndale and his journey to get everyone to read the Bible so that even the plowboy will know some versus. The main characters Uncle jack and Tom Barton , smugglers, make a deal to William Tyndale promising to sell these books in England while fulfiling all of their wants. Tyndale wants the Bible to reach everyone and TOm adn Jack want to become rich, but trouble seems to head their way around every corner. This book is enjoyable full of details you might not find in other books. I suggest this book to anyone who likes old english history or enjoys a story that keeps you till the end.
THE HAWK THAT DARE NOT HUNT BY DAY Feb 21, 2001
This book is about William Tyndale getting Bibles to England in the sixteenth century. William Tyndale is a preacher who wants to bring Bibles over to England that everyone can buy. He accomplishes this by smuggling the Bibles he has translated and printed over in a ship called the Black Pearl. This story mainly focuses on the captain of the ship and his nephew who smuggle the Bibles for Tyndale. This story was slow to get going but was okay by the end. I would recommend it to people who like historical fiction.
Action, mystery, and suspense! Dec 23, 1999
The Hawk that Dare Not Hunt By Day is an excellent book which I would love to read again. It is full of suspense and mystery. It is even based around somebody's actual life, the life of William Tyndale, the person who first translated The New Testament into English. The book is by Scott O'Dell, the writer of The Island of the Blue Dolphins and many other children's novels.
Tom Barton and his Uncle Jack are the owners, as well as First Mate and Captain, of a ship called the Black Pearl. As a smuggler, Tom is always looking for a cargo that will turn a good profit. Tom meets a man named William Tyndale who is translating the Bible from traditional Latin into English, something that could get him hanged as a heretic. Tyndale is the Hawk that Dare Not Hunt by Day. He lives a life of constant danger, always hiding from the King's officials. He drifts from place to place until his own best friend betrays him.
This book is great and I'm surprised that it didn't get some prestigious award. I would love to read it again. The book has a lot of interesting vocabulary, and I would recommend this for ages 11 & up. This book has something to like in it for everyone, action, mystery, and suspense.