Midsummer Knight

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Macmillan, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
10 Reviews
Gregory Rogers is back with a new wordless adventure every bit as funny and inspired as The Boy, The Bear, The Baron, The Bard. Here the Bear returns as a soldier whose daydreams are interrupted by Shakespeare's fairy, Puck--the Boy in the previous book. Soon Bear finds himself hurtled into an enchanted world replete with treacherous doings, sinister plots and, of course, palace dungeons. Is Bear truly a swashbuckler? Will he ever escape?
  

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User Review  - Sarah VanDyke - Goodreads

Personally, I love words to go with the story. However, this book allowed for you to see what was going on instead of being told. It involves comprehension in terms of what the illustrations are ... Read full review

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User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

My five-year-old son picked this book out from the library this week. He thought the cover was "purplish". I'm not a big fan of wordless picture books, and while this book is pretty well-done and some of the illustrations are quite amusing, it isn't quite enough to convert me to fandom. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Gregory Rogers won the prestigious Kate Greenaway Medal (the English Caldecott) for his illustrations for Way Home, published in 1994. He resides in Brisbane, Australia

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