Small Knight and George by Ronda Armitage


Small Knight and George by Ronda Armitage

Small knight doesn't want to fight a dragon, he wants to stay at home and play kick-a-ball with his friends. He doesn't even know what a dragon looks like. But it's what big brave knights do, so he sets out on his quest. As he travels the land on his trusty steed, George, he sees the havoc a dragon can wreak! But what happens when he finally comes face to face with one? A fabulously funny, read-aloud adventure from Ronda Armitage - author of bestselling family favourite The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch. With detailed, cartoon-style illustrations from Arthur Robins.


A well-told tale...wittily expressed Books for Keeps A nice piece of nonsense...the exuberant illustrations are fun, as is the nonsense of a well-told story line which is likely to make many friends School Librarian This extremely funny take on courage and chivalry is a joy Books Quarterly (Waterstones) Heartwarming fun read Angels & Urchins This extremely funny take on courage and chivalry is a joy and will leave everyone desperately hoping for more Small Knight and George adventures. Books Quaterly (Waterstones)

About the Author

Ronda Armitage was born in New Zealand. She is the author of many books for children, including the well-loved Lighthouse Keeper series of stories, which tell of the adventures of Mr. and Mrs. Grinling and their marmalade cat, Hamish. Most of her books are illustrated by her husband, David, who is an artist. She was a primary school teacher for several years, and is a trained counsellor, specialising in family therapy.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 3


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Publication date

3rd April 2008



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