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The Adventures Of Sir Gawain The True (2011)

by Gerald Morris(Favorite Author)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 2
0547418558 (ISBN13: 9780547418551)
HMH Books for Young Readers
Knights' Tales
review 1: The rating should be actually higher and it isn't only because I rated it in relation to the other two books of the serie. Ad for the others, this novel is funny, short and entertaining. It' s a revisitation of the Green knight story where Gawain has to finallly learn how to be corteous. I really liked the reason behind the Green knight existence because it was new and made the story quite coherent at the end and while I appreciated the middle and the beginning of the book I didn't find it as funny as the previous two ones and I wasn' t overly fond of one of the things regarding Gawain' s decision (more like no decision) at the end.
review 2: By the end of this short and breezy tale, Sir Gawain has metamorphosed from a self-absorbed and discourteous knight into
... more a thoughtful guy and a good friend - with plenty of mysterious supernatural adversaries, lords and ladies, sword fights, and humor along the way. Thank goodness Morris never grows tired of King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table, because neither we. Recommended for grades 2 to 4. less
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This book is so much more understandable than other King Arthur books.
A refreshingly funny book I think a lot of students will love!
Cute story for elementary age kids.
Assigned: 2012 Aug, EL410
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