S: The True Story of The Vikings Austin O'Donnell, and Patrick Slodkowski
BC: Austin O'Donnell | Austin O'Donnell is 13 years old and loves sports. His favorite sport is hockey. Austin enjoys watching Flyers games in his free time. Austin is a huge Flyers fan. Austin plays on the Emmaus Ice Hockey team. | Patrick Slodkowski is 12 years old and loves watching sports. He loves the New York Yankees, and mostly all NY teams. | Patrick Slodkowsi
FC: The True Story of The Vikings | Written by: Austin O'Donnell, and Patrick Slodkowski
1: The True Story of The Vikings | Written by: Austin O'Donnell, and Patrick Slodkowski 4/20/2011
2: Austin O'Donnell I dedicate this book to my friends for being awesome. They are fun to hang out with. Also to my Emmaus Hockey team of 2010-2011. THANK YOU!
3: I dedicated this book to my family for support with ideas, also I dedicated this book to my partner helping me with this publish. Austin O'Donnell. | Patrick Slodkowski
4: There once was a viking named Erik Bloodaxe.They lived in a small area of land in Norway. He had a son named Oskars. Oskars was not included at school because he did not like to fight. He was obsessed with poetry and writing.
5: Erik Bloodaxe was getting ready to raid a city in England for a long time. The city was Blackpool. Blackpool is on the cost so the vikings will take warships to get there. His goal was to take the city without any injuries or deaths on his army. Erik is hoping that this occurs on the first of August.
6: Erik Bloodaxe is a furious warrior, but he is obsessed with crafts. On the other hand Oskars, his son, got mad at his dad for kicking him out of school. He did not talk to him for a long time when things went wrong.
7: Oskars was so mad that he started a revolution against his dad. The forces in the city of England asked him to be their leader. Oskars accepted the request, and started to assemble his army.
8: In the midst of war Erik Bloodaxe arranged ten warships holding fifty men on each. Ships held about twenty-four to fifty men. When they arrived in England the battle started immediately. It was a viscous battle between father and son.
9: Erik Bloodaxe and Oskars Bloodaxe came face to face. At this point the vikings were winning the battle against Oskars and Britain.
10: The vikings were winning the battle, but Erik Bloodaxe knew that his son was on the other side. He didn't want to kill his son, but he didn't want to lose the land. Erik was in trouble.
11: There Erik stood face to face with his son. Erik said to Oskars "Hows your life" and Oskars responded the same. He also said that he trained and he wants to be a Viking.
12: Erik accepted and they agreed to stand down from battle and retreat. Erik and Oskars went home and Erik allowed Oskars to go back to school.
13: Oskars turned out being a great viking but also got the people and other vikings into the arts and crafts. Oskars went on to rule the vikings after his father passed away in 954 A.D. When Oskars came to power he made peasants scared of his army of furious warriors. This made them work harder for their king to ensure protection from his army. THE END.
14: Works Cited Bingham, Jane. Medieval World. New York: Scholastic, 2005. Print. Margeson, Susan M. Viking. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1994. Print. Schomp, Virginia. The Vikings. New York: Franklin Watts, 2005. Print.
15: Thank You!