Imagine You're a Knight!: Lady Megavere, Lucy D'Ancealot

Imagine You re a Knight Lady Megavere Lucy D Ancealot A gallant guide to knightly know how The life of a knight is not an easy one It takes bravery and skill to battle a dragond a really fast car doesn t hurt Charge into Imagine You re a Knight and enter

  • Title: Imagine You're a Knight!: Lady Megavere, Lucy D'Ancealot
  • Author: Meg Clibbon
  • ISBN: 9781550379198
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A gallant guide to knightly know how The life of a knight is not an easy one It takes bravery and skill to battle a dragond a really fast car doesn t hurt Charge into Imagine You re a Knight and enter a kingdom of imagination, knightly secrets, and fun.Aspiring squires will learn the importance of a well equipped quest armor as many as twenty pieces , polish fo A gallant guide to knightly know how The life of a knight is not an easy one It takes bravery and skill to battle a dragond a really fast car doesn t hurt Charge into Imagine You re a Knight and enter a kingdom of imagination, knightly secrets, and fun.Aspiring squires will learn the importance of a well equipped quest armor as many as twenty pieces , polish for making it shine, sword and shield, and carrots for their trusty steed They ll also discover the difference between quests, tasks, and adventures, the downsides of dragon battling, and the need for tournaments when dragons are in short supply.Charmingly linked with tales of bravery meet the Knights of the Round Table , laudable activities design a coat of arms, feast on Eggscalibread , and details of knightly life, Imagine You re a Knight also dazzles with daring illustrations.

    One thought on “Imagine You're a Knight!: Lady Megavere, Lucy D'Ancealot”

    1. This book is a rather confusing mix of fact, myth and complete fiction (meant to be jokes, I think). The whole thing is in a non-fiction format so it's a little hard to tell which is what -- especially if you're 6 years old. Perhaps it's supposed to reflect the sometimes chaotic state of a child's imagination, but IMO if your kid is interested in reading about knights, real or make-believe, there are better choices.

    2. Eh. Knights are brave and go on quests and stuff. I'm not sure what else I would've added to the book, but I know I wouldn't have suggested that knights ride motorcycles and fast cars. It's one thing to tweak the legendary concept of a knight so a kid can pretend to be one. It's another thing to contemporize it to no point. Is a kid going to be getting into her fast car?Girls are relegated to damsels in distress in this book, apart from a mention that they don't usually need rescuing nowadays an [...]

    3. So, I decided to read this book because of the price code says Price 10 dragon Scales or $79.85 "Any one not paying for this book will lose the right to wear his coat of arms." It also had the authors as "Lady Megaveere and Lucy d'Ancealot " (Say it fast) I thought that was witty and the book would be witty. Well, it wasn't! Stereotypical, stupid, insipid and a whole bunch of other big words I can't recall right now. Saw your time, leave this one on the shelf! It is getting deleted from our Libr [...]

    4. Very cute illustrations, but they only go so far. To echo other reviewers, a very confusing mix of fact/fiction/joke. Was hoping to enjoy with my three year old but I could barely read through a paragraph without having to rewrite/qualify/explain/define.

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