Alfred the Curious

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Nelson Thomson Learning, 2000 - Children's stories, New Zealand - 32 pages
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Alfred sees Lord Edward's army riding towards the castle, pursued by Lord William's army. The battle for the castle begins. Lord Edward tells Alfred to go with Bartholomew to get some arrows from the store room. Here, Alfred hears Lord Williams's men tunnelling into the castle! Then Alfred sees that the tunnellers are using a hut at the base of the castle wall for protection. Lord Edward's men attack the tunnellers and Lord William's army retreats. Alfred's curiosity has helped save the day. He dreams of the day that he will ride his own horse into battle.

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