The Knight and the Squire

The Knight and the Squire

Book - 1997
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In a small village in 14th-century England, a bright young boy named Tom is restless. Tired of studying and digging ditches, he dreams of noble crusades in far-off lands. He decides that he must have his freedom and flees to the forest to elude pursuers. There he meets the terrifying Wolfman, who becomes an unexpected friend. Throughout his eventful journey, Tom encounters a colorful assortment of characters, but none more lively than Alan, who leads them both to France to fight for king and country. With its non-stop adventure and marvelous humor, readers will be turning the pages as quickly as they can to follow Tom and Alan through ambush and skirmish, battle and siege. Terry Jones, a former member of the legendary Monty Python group, is also the author of Nicobobinus and Fairy Tales and Fantastic Stories . Michael Foreman is the award-winning illustrator of numerous books, including Farm Boy , War Boy , and The Little Ships .
Publisher: London : Pavilion, 1997
ISBN: 9781862050440
1862050449
Characteristics: 284 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Foreman, Michael 1938-

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TheBatman Mar 01, 2011

Violence: A few people get hacked up in one of the battles, and a lot of action through out as well.

TheBatman Mar 01, 2011

Coarse Language: There is a bit of language throughout, but nothing that's really bad.

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TheBatman Mar 01, 2011

Probably the best adventure I've ever read. This book is so amazing it will leave you breathless, at least it did for me. The story is perfect, the characters very likable, and action is great. I can't tell you how much I loved this book. I perfect 10/10 from me, it's the best.

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TheBatman thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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