Midsummer Knight

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Macmillan, Apr 17, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
13 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  - Kristine Peska - Goodreads

Midsummer Knight (Wordless) This book tells a thrilling and adventurous story about a bear and his courage. The format of the book is similar to a graphic novel strip but does not contain any words ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kat - Goodreads

Basic Plot: a bear goes on a magical adventure! This book has no words, only pictures. It's structured comic-style with individual panels on a page. While it was fun to have my son essentially ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

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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