The Sword in the Tree MOBI ¶ The Sword PDF/EPUB ²

The Sword in the Tree MOBI ¶ The Sword PDF/EPUB ²

The Sword in the Tree [PDF / Epub] ✪ The Sword in the Tree ☆ Clyde Robert Bulla – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Best selling author Clyde Robert Bulla s classic, finely crafted Arthurian tale with its sword fights, dark and dangerous dungeon, roguish knaves, action packed showdowns and tales of dangerous feats, Best selling author Clyde Robert Bulla s in the PDF ☆ classic, finely crafted Arthurian tale with its sword fights, dark and dangerous dungeon, roguish knaves, action packed showdowns and tales of dangerous feats, will appeal to emerging readers who are ready for chapter books and reluctant tween readers alikeIn the days of King Arthur there stood a mighty oak tree within The Sword PDF/EPUB ² the walls of a castle Peace reigned in the castle until the fearsome night when Lionel, long lost brother of Lord Weldon, returned to cause trouble and unhappinessIt 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 Sword in the PDF É were filled with adventures that tried the courage of the young boyShan 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.


10 thoughts on “The Sword in the Tree

  1. Corinne Edwards Corinne Edwards says:

    This book makes me want to cheer My 7.5 year old has been ready to move into chapter books with a thicker plot, but thicker plot usually means chapters that are a bit too long Enter this perfect book There s knights and castle intrigue, a mute wise man and King Aurthur himself It s exciting and engaging but on just the right level for him Every chapter has an illustration and the vocabulary was totally accessible for him except for the names He had to ask a couple times about that, but th This book makes me want to cheer My 7.5 year old has been ready to move into chapter books with a thicker plot, but thicker plot usually means chapters that are a bit too long Enter this perfect book There s knights and castle intrigue, a mute wise man and King Aurthur himself It s exciting and engaging but on just the right level for him Every chapter has an illustration and the vocabulary was totally accessible for him except for the names He had to ask a couple times about that, but there you go I don t really feel like I can complain about that.Anyway, I tried to get him to read a chapter or two a day but some days he read three or even four The choices and personalities of the characters led to some interesting moral discussions about loyalty and hospitality I purchased this study guide to help me dig deeper and while some parts were a bit too old for him, a lot of it was just right I made him write some and dictate some and I think it rounded out the experience a lot.In the end, this was a great starter chapter book for my boy and the story was interesting enough to keep me interested as well With all the knights and swords you could hope for, I highly recommend it for children who are on the verge of breezing through Magic Tree House type books


  2. Angela Angela says:

    Izzy LOVED it


  3. Laura (Book Scrounger) Laura (Book Scrounger) says:

    3.5 starsFrom the perspective of an adult, this story is fairly predictable and the prose is simple in order to appeal to a child But this was still a good choice for a first chapter book, especially since we just covered Medieval times in history, so seeing a little bit of the world of King Arthur dramatized with a child as the main character was fun My seven year old enjoyed it and I m proud of him for reading a 100 page book with very little help.


  4. Lauren Lauren says:

    This book is about a boy named Shan Shan has a father and his uncle tried to kill his father And then the uncle took away the castle Shan and his mother ran away Shan met a knight who helped him My favorite part is when Shan spent so much time with his mother Leo, age 5


  5. Jc Jc says:

    An interesting twist to King Arthur and the desire to right a wrong.


  6. Kristen Kristen says:

    An evil uncle s plan to take over his brother s kingdom and it is up to the son to regain the kingdom.Teachers can use this book to teach students about kingdoms, kings, queens, monarchy, loyalty, betrayal, and family Teacher s can use this book to teach students how to have hope despite difficult circumstances.Students will like this book because the main character is a young boy who faces difficult trials but must remain hopeful and brave Students will be able to relate to the young boy and An evil uncle s plan to take over his brother s kingdom and it is up to the son to regain the kingdom.Teachers can use this book to teach students about kingdoms, kings, queens, monarchy, loyalty, betrayal, and family Teacher s can use this book to teach students how to have hope despite difficult circumstances.Students will like this book because the main character is a young boy who faces difficult trials but must remain hopeful and brave Students will be able to relate to the young boy and make text to self connections Students will enjoy the adventures and surprises that this book brings


  7. Molly Molly says:

    This was a really good book My mom was reading it to my younger siblings ages 5 7 This book is for ages 7 10 she loved it so much that she wanted me to read it It took me 55 minutes to finish it and I would recommend it to anyone who loves books about medieval times 5 stars PS Yes I know that I m reading a children s book, yes I know I m turning 18 in in 2 days Do I care Apparently not lol This was a really good book My mom was reading it to my younger siblings ages 5 7 This book is for ages 7 10 she loved it so much that she wanted me to read it It took me 55 minutes to finish it and I would recommend it to anyone who loves books about medieval times 5 stars PS Yes I know that I m reading a children s book, yes I know I m turning 18 in in 2 days Do I care Apparently not lol


  8. Erin Erin says:

    Read this book aloud with my 9 year old daughter It is quick and light I would think boys would like this book better than girls Which is good to find a book for boys Shan is a very likable character It is too bad that in life we have to have proof before we are believed What happened to honesty and integrity I always like it when good wins and bad loses.


  9. Stephen Stephen says:

    Join 11 year old Shan on an exciting journey to escape death and restore peace to Weldon Castle This is a wonderful introduction for kids to the medieval world of knights, kings, peasants, and fair maidens.


  10. Lisa Lisa says:

    A chapter book for young readers that tells the story of a young boy in medieval Britain who travels to King Arthur s castle in Camelot to ask the king if he ll help get rid of his unscrupulous uncle who has taken over his father s castle and usurped it as his own.


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