The Adventures of King Arthur

Usbornes young reading books combine good stories with easy reading text for reades who have just started reading alone.
The Adventures of King Arthur Usbornes young reading books combine good stories with easy reading text for reades who have just started reading alone

  • Title: The Adventures of King Arthur
  • Author: Angela Wilkes
  • ISBN: 9780746054147
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Adventures of King Arthur”

    1. I liked this book because if you read the Jack and Annie books, there's a character called Morgan le Fay in them and she's really nice but in this book we find out that she's really mean to King Arthur. She wants to be Queen and she plays tricks on King Arthur and one of them was when King Arthur was on a boat hunting, Morgan le Fay invited them over to her boat, gave them lots of food to eat so they got really tired and went to sleep and then she put them all in a dungeon. She also tricked King [...]

    2. The Adventures of King Arthur by Angela WilkesQ.What did the text make you think deeply about and explain why? This text made me think about how the King’s castle was not safe from diseases. Now we have medicines to cure diseases, scientists research diseases, we have good sanitation such as flushing toilets and basins with running water, good hygiene practices, better diet and our water is purified. by Solomon Harre

    3. Thumbs up for this one for 5 - 6 year old boys. Usborne has a whole series of classics that are geared to easy readers. Nice illustrations and topics that are intriguing to boys. Yayy.

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