Good Knight, Bad Knight by Tom Knight
  

Synopsis

Good Knight, Bad Knight by Tom Knight

Bad Knight is not looking forward to going back to knight school. He's at the bottom of every class. This year will be different. Bad Knight's cousin is coming to stay, and together the two of them will show the world what two great knights can do! But when Bad Knight's cousin arrives, things are worse than he could possibly imagine. Bad Knight's cousin is GOOD! A hilarious picture book about friendship and how to scare off dragons.

About the Author

Tom Knight (Author, Illustrator) Tom Knight is an illustrator from the east coast of England. After ten years of working as a graphic designer, he realised that true happiness lay in drawing pictures in his garden shed. He has illustrated several picture books for other writers, and Good Knight, Bad Knight was his first book as author and illustrator. Brought up on a healthy diet of Tintin, The Beano and good sea air, Tom now lives on Mersea Island with his family and several broken stringed instruments.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
40 pages

Author

Tom Knight
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st March 2016

ISBN

9781783703630


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