Synopses & Reviews
The much-loved Good Knight is back again . . . and it’s his birthday! His three little dragon friends want to surprise him. They try to make a cake—but all they make is a mess. A card? Another mess—glitter and glue all over the room.Then the theatrical performance is a flop.Time is running out, and the poor little dragons must find a special way to say Happy Birthday, Good Knight. They do, and it’s a good day’s fun in this perfectly pitched easy reader.
Good Night, Good Knight, the first in the Good Knight series, was an ALA Notable Book and a Booklist Top 10 Easy Reader, among other honors.
Methinksat least mehopesthe Good Knight will become a fixture on the early reader shelves. (BCCB) This is a royal treat to soothe any beginning readers blues and will inspire repeated readings. (School Library Journal)
"This is a royal treat to soothe any beginning reader's blues and will inspire repeated readings." -School Library Journal
The much-heralded Good Knight is back-only this time his three little dragon friends are sick in bed. Their scaly foreheads are hot and their noses are drip-drip-dripping. They feel awful. The Good Knight comes to the rescue again! He brings them some slimy, grimy soup from the wizard to make them feel better. But the dragons wont touch it. What is a Good Knight to do?
The Good Knight's three little dragon friends are sick in bed. He brings them some slimy, grimy soup from the wizard to make them feel better. But the dragons won't touch it. What is a Good Knight to do? Full color.
Achoo! The Good Knight gallops through the forest to find out who is sneezing. He finds three young dragons coughing and sniffling. The Good Knight goes to the wise wizard for help. Together, they concoct elaborate soups, but the Good Knight's mother's basic chicken soup is just what the little dragons need!
About the Author
Shelley M. Thomas has written many books for young readers, including the successful Good Knight series, Putting the World to Sleep, and The Seven Tales of Trinket.