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Young Warriors: Stories of Strength Themes

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Themes

Being a warrior isn't always about fighting and war.

Almost all of the stories in the book center around the idea that a warrior is more than just brawn. A warrior also has brains. Anyone can use a sword or their fists in a fight, but a true warrior knows how to assess their situation and use the tools at their disposal.

In the Magestone, Fare and Neesha use their combined skills to save the mermaid mage. They are able to outwit pirates and change the ways in which they view each other. Fare is able to push aside his fear to help Neesha; Neesha is able to put aside her prejudice and accept Fare's help.

In Eli and The Dybbuk, Eli uses his intelligence to trick the Dybbuk into releasing its hold on Leah.

In Thunderbolt, Helen believes that she has the right to lead her own life...

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