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The Sword in the Tree
by: Clyde Robert Bulla
ReadyReaderOne says: 3 stars
StarReader says: 5 Stars
In the days of King Arthur there stood a mighty oak tree within the walls of a castle. Peace reigned in the castle until the fearsome night when Lionel, longlost brother of Lord Weldon, returned to cause trouble and unhappiness.
It was then that Shan, the son of Lord Weldon, took on the duties of a knight and hid the sword in the hollow of the giant oak. The days that followed were filled with adventures that tried the courage of the young boy.
Shan was surprised by bearded robbers in the woods. He met noble knights in plumed helmets, and eventually he even made a trip to high-towered Camelot. His story is filled with the pageantry and color of England in King Arthur’s time. It creates a vivid picture of the Knights of the Round Table and the wisdom of King Arthur himself.
Mr. Bulla captures the spirit of those romantic days in a straightforward, exciting manner. The result is another delightful book for his wide audience of young readers. Paul Galdone’s vigorous illustrations are as evocative as the text.
This book, The Sword in The Tree, by Clyde Robert Bulla, is a great read.
The book was filled with adventures, sword fights, castles, kings and knights in shining armor. Although I would have liked more, I do recommend it for younger kids who like knights and castles.
The Sword and the Tree is about a boy who saves a kingdom. I especially liked the part when the robbers showed a little kindness to Shan and his mom.
This book is filled with excitement, surprises, and sword fights. This is a great book for kids who like knights, battles, and saving the day.
Just a quick stop to comment on the -irony? hilarity? oddity? – that is “research” for fiction authors. Today, I found myself with a tab labeled “Top 25 most beautiful yellow flowers” and another “interrogation techniques.” Oh- the webs we spin and rabbit holes we uncover… (I also have a tab open: “mixed bag” because I was unsure if it should be hyphenated).
- What fun facts had you discovered on your interweb paths?
Book One on The Fool’s Path
I thought a book trailer might be fun.
What do you think?