Knight Puzzles by Stella Maidment


Knight Puzzles by Stella Maidment

The King is sending Henry on a quest to find his long lost Golden Shield, but first he must face the terrifying dragon who guards the Great Cave. Help Henry find his way through the castle, across the river and into the cave to retrieve the shield, and become the King's hero! Solve each puzzle on your way through fantastical settings and brilliant stories! You can trace through mazes with your finger and help each character and their faithful friends on their adventure. Puzzle Adventures combine an exciting adventure story with an important feature: the reader doesn't need to use a pen to complete the puzzles! Stories are based around characters that are popular for this age group: knights, astronauts, mermaids and unicorns. Different kinds of puzzles help to develop key skills of memory, visual recognition and deduction skills.


Welcome to the Castle! This is a brave knight called Henry. And this is Willow, his horse . . . One morning, the king asks Henry to meet him in the castle hall. Can you help Henry get to the hall? Can you spot these things: three dogs, a pair of slippers, two boys? -- from the book

About the Author

Stella Maidment worked as a children's book editor before embarking on a career as a writer. Her wide-ranging work includes storybooks, activity books and several re-tellings of children's classics.

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32 pages


Stella Maidment
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Publication date

1st August 2013



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