Sir Kevin and the Challenges by Sue Graves, Kim Blundell
  

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Sir Kevin and the Challenges by Sue Graves, Kim Blundell

When Sir Kevin graduates from Knight School, he is very keen to find a job where he can do lots of brave and knightly deeds. One day, he spots an advertisement in the newspaper inviting knights to apply for the post of King’s Champion Knight. Sir Kevin is certain that this the perfect job for him and decides to apply for it. However, he soon discovers that actually getting the job is going to be far harder than he ever imagined.

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Format

Paperback
78 pages

Author

Sue Graves, Kim Blundell
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Publisher

Farthing Drove Publishing

Publication date

1st December 2012

ISBN

9780957139916

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