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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Gregory Rogers,Tony Davis
  • ISBN:
    038573803X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0385738033
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Yearling (September 13, 2011)
  • Pages:
    144 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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    1106 kb
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    1325 kb
  • DJVU format
    1500 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    131
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Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). GREGORY ROGERS has illustrated many children's books, including the wordless picture book The Boy, the Bear, the Baron, and the Bard, which was a New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Picture Book of 2004.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers . Roland Wright has been a page at Twofold Castle for just a month and already he has impressed the King's bravest knights. Now Roland is off to his first tournament. TONY DAVIS is the author of bestselling adult and children's non-fiction in his native Australia.

Roland Wright wants to be a knight in armor Customers who bought this item also bought. As a bonus, readers will find the first chapter of volume two (Brand-New Page) waiting for them at the book’s end. Grades 2-4. -

Roland Wright wants to be a knight in armor. The problem: Roland’s dad is a blacksmith. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items. - -Michael Cart.

It’s really happened-Roland Wright is joining the royal household at Twofold Castle as a brand-new page! . By Tony Davis Illustrated by Gregory Rogers.

It’s really happened-Roland Wright is joining the royal household at Twofold Castle as a brand-new page! This is his big chance to impress. Part of Roland Wright. Category: Children’s Picture Books. Sep 14, 2010 ISBN 9780375894060 6-9 years.

by. Tony Davis (Goodreads Author), Gregory Rogers (Illustrator). Roland Wright: Brand New Page (Roland Knight). 0385907079 (ISBN13: 9780385907071). It’s really happened-Roland Wright is joining the royal household at Twofold Castle as a brand-new page! This is his big chance to impress the King and his knights. But Roland meets with a few difficulties: 1) The Queen hates mice, so it looks as if Nudge, Roland’s pet mouse, can’t stay.

Roland is to join the royal household at Twofold Castle as a brand new page. This is his big chance to impress the king and his knights. There are a few small problems. He has driven some of the fastest, most expensive, and most impressive vehicles ever built, yet retains a bizarre fascination with cars at the other end of the spectrum, those built by engineers who, as he puts it, 'think a tour de force is a bicycle race'. Praise for Roland Wright, Brand New Page.

Roland Wright: Brand-New Page. Book in the Roland Wright Series). by Gregory Rogers and Tony Davis. It's really happened Roland Wright is to join the royal household at Twofold Castle as a brand-new page This is his big chance to impress the King and his knights. But Roland encounters a few difficulties: 1. The Queen hates mice, so it looks as if Nudge, Roland's pet mouse, can't stay. There's an older page who.

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Roland Wright, Brand New PageIt’s really happened! . Tony is currently writing more books in the Roland Wright series – andtaking lessons in sword fighting

Roland Wright, Brand New PageIt’s really happened! Roland is to join the royal household at Twofold Castle asa brand new page. Tony is currently writing more books in the Roland Wright series – andtaking lessons in sword fighting. As with the Roland Wright author, Tony Davis, Gregory has a stronginterest in all things medieval – and this shows through in his superb illustrationsof Roland Wright and the people he meets along the wa. N WRITING THE SERIESIn the author’s words: ‘I’ve always been fascinated by the Middle Ages, andthe technology of the time – how they could build catapults that could.

It's really happened—Roland Wright is to join the royal household at Twofold Castle as a brand-new page! This is his big chance to impress the King and his knights.But Roland encounters a few difficulties:1. The Queen hates mice, so it looks as if Nudge, Roland's pet mouse, can't stay.2. There's an older page who makes sure poor boys like Roland are sent home in disgrace.3. A huge, tusked animal is on the loose.If things don't improve, Roland's dream of being a knight could be over in a day.

Ucantia
Great book to read to your catholic little ones who love knights or if they are good enough at reading they can read it themselves. It is a reader but not for a neophyte reader. Very good.
Foxanayn
Hope this story continues. My grandson and I have so enjoyed these books! Teaches a great lesson about honor and integrity.
Djang
Great read, especially for my 6 year old. Not only is there adventure and comedy, these books teach integrity and honesty which are hard to find in children's entertainment these days!
Shezokha
Great book, second in the set I believe. Good for first through third graders. Adventure series for boys. Get all three.
Oreavi
I read this aloud to my nine year-old son at bedtime and he would always beg me to read ONE more chapter! We both really enjoyed it.
Kirimath
This book unfortunately was over all to soon. It's hilarious characters assists in a fascinating story for children between ages 6 and 8.
watchman
Of all the short kids' books I've read with my kids (short being around 125 pages), this is one of our favorites. I won't give away the story line, but it does include a small, poor boy, a bully, a mouse, a castle, several knights, an elephant, wooden swords, a damsel, and a king. My three boys absolutely loved the story (you could hear a pin drop as I read it to them). It is perfect for boys ages 6-10.

The book is well written and a good one to read out loud. It is also humorous; all of us laughed quite a bit throughout the book. There is an emphasis on honesty, bravery, and justice. These things (humor and honesty, bravery, and justice) are weaved into the story in a way that fits very well. Also, in case you were wondering, I'd rate it at "G" since there aren't any offensive words or actions that you wouldn't want your kids to hear.

In summary, this book is one kids' book that is memorable. I'm looking forward to reading the others in the series. My kids and I read a lot of books - I can easily say this is on our top 20 list for sure.