No Sword Fighting in the House, Volume 5568, Issue 2007

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Holiday House, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Charge! Arthur and Lance are at it again, sword fighting in the house, that is. When Mom returns home, the boys are in trouble, big trouble. But that doesn't Stop Arthur, who already has a new idea. He and Lance can joust, which isn't exactly against the rules and at least they won't be in the house. Atop their strapping steers, they are ready to charge; but the cows won't move...until one of them spots Mom's tasty garden!

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Review: No Sword Fighting in the House: A Holiday House Reader Level 2

User Review  - Angela Hutchinson - Goodreads

Lance and Arthur get themselves into trouble when their mother leaves to get her hair done for a contest that she is trying to win with her daffodils. First, the boys decided to sword fight inside the ... Read full review

Review: No Sword Fighting in the House: A Holiday House Reader Level 2

User Review  - Alissa - Goodreads

I picked up No Sword Fighting in the House by Susanna Leonard Hall. I like that the book had three chapters and it would be good for first or second graders interested in fantasy who are building the ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Susanna Leonard Hill is the creators of Punxsutawney Phyllis, which Booklist called "charming" and which School Library Journal referred to as "exuberant." She lives in New York.

True Kelley is a children's author and illustrator. She has a fun-filled watercolor style which includes several in the Let's -Read and Find -Out series. She has also worked on What Makes a Magnet and What the Moon is Like. Her title's include Who was Leonardo da Vinci?, Who was George Washington?, Who was Abigail Adams?, and Buggly Bear's Hiccup Cure.

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