Good Night, Good Knight
Three little dragons in a far-off cave can't sleep. Someone needs to tuck them in! Luckily a Good Knight keeps watch and hears their lonely ROAR. The Good Knight (because he is a good knight) helps by bringing glasses of water, reading stories, singing songs, and dispensing kisses in multiple trips down his tower and through the dark forest. Young readers will fall in love with the agreeable Good Knight and the dragons with their sweet but repetitive requests. The repetition--though it tires the Good Knight--will help beginning readers build confidence. With pictures by Jennifer Plecas, whose unforgettably adorable dragons will win every heart, Good Night, Good Knight is sure to become a new bedtime classic.
- Hardback | 47 pages
- 154.94 x 208.28 x 7.62mm | 158.76g
- 01 Jan 2000
- Penguin Putnam Inc
- E P Dutton & Co Inc
- New York, United States
- colour illustrations
The Good Knight is on his watch. He hears a ROAD. Is it a dragon? A great, big dragon? The Good Knight goes to find out. But he does not find one dragon. The Knight finds three dragons!The dragons are very little. They can't sleep. Who will read to them? Who will tuck them in? Who will tuck them in? Who will kiss them goodnight? Is this a job for the Good Knight?Read this sweet, funny book and find out.
About Shelley Moore Thomas
Jennifer Plecas lives in Blue Springs, Missouri.