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3 edition of Battle at the castle found in the catalog.

Battle at the castle

by Rupert Matthews

  • 187 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Castles,
  • Siege warfare,
  • Battles,
  • Medieval Civilization,
  • Gentry,
  • Military art and science,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Medieval civilization

  • About the Edition

    Introduces the high adventure of medieval England through the letters of a knight"s squire who participates in an exciting tournament before witnessing the preparations and battle engagements of a castle under siege.

    Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementwritten by Rupert Matthews
    SeriesDK readers. 2, Beginning to read alone, Dorling Kindersley readers
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUG444 .M38 2014
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 pages :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26446388M
    ISBN 101465420045, 1465420053, 1480650218
    ISBN 109781465420046, 9781465420053, 9781480650213
    LC Control Number2014397404
    OCLC/WorldCa859882967

    About DK Readers L2: Battle at the Castle. Through the letters of a squire of the knight Sir Edmund Perry, readers are immersed in the life at Oxney Castle in Medieval England. In Battle at the Castle children just beginning to learn to read will experience the excitement of a tournament, the preparations for an attack, and the action of the battle.. Will help arrive in time to save the. Table of Contents: Overview All About It! • The Books • Allie, First at Last • Castle Hangnail • A Dragon's Guide to the Care and Feeding of Humans • Framed! • The Hero Two Doors Down • Maxi's Secrets: Or What You Can Learn From A Dog • My Brother Is A Superhero • Night of the Living Worms • Pugs of the Frozen North • Save.

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The Battle for the Castle Paperback – November 1, by Elizabeth Winthrop (Author)/5(56). In The Battle for the Castle, William returns to the realm of the Silver Knight, and with the help of his friend, Jason, and the fair maiden Gudrin, is able to save the castle from another dark and mystical threat: a plague of rats/5.

Battle for the Castle: The Myth of Czechoslovakia After World War I, diplomats and leaders at the Paris Peace Talks redrew the map of Europe, carving up ancient empires and transforming Europe's eastern half into new nation-states/5(26).

"The Battle for the Castle" is a sequel to the wonderful book "The Castle in the Attic". I was very disappointed in this sequel. The plot is unrealistic in many ways and seemed very contrived.

I actually wish I hadn't read the sequel, because it really diminishes and demeans the characters who were so wonderful in the first book/5(56). About The Battle for the Castle. The adventure continues in this exciting companion to The Castle in the Attic. As William turns twelve, he wonders if Jason is still his best friend.

In the past year, Jason has grown a foot taller, while William is still a shrimp. When Jason Battle at the castle book William to “jump the trains,” William is terrified. The Battle for the Castle picks up William's story two years later, when he and his friend Jason are ready to "jump the trains" to prove they're tough now at 4/5(8).

Down in Castle Black, the battle rages on between the wildlings and the Night's Watch. Styr and Ygritte continue to slay numerous black brothers.

At one point, a group of wildlings breach Castle Black's dining hall. One wildling is killed when a black brother throws boiling stew in his face and beats him to death with the ct: Conflict Beyond the Wall / War of the Five Kings.

Adres: Jan van Scorelstraat 66 PM Oosterhout, the Netherlands Email: [email protected] Phone: +31 (0) The Battle for the Castle by Winthrop, Elizabeth Seller Pella Books Published Condition Hardback with dust jacket; pages.

Book is ex-library: several pencil marks on back endpapers; text is solid, appears unmark Item Price $. In Battle for the Castle, Andrea Orzoff traces the myth of Czechoslovakia as an ideal democracy.

The architects of the myth were two academics who had fled Austria-Hungary in the Great War's early 5/5(1). Book Written by Dan Snow as an accompaniment to the show, the book Battle Castles: Years of Knights and Siege Warfare details the stories of each castle featured in Battle Castle.

[7] Released on Septem Genre: Action Documentary. Battle at the Castle is part of the new DK Reads series, a three-level reading scheme that helps children become confident readers, featuring engaging and illustrated topics. In "Battle at the Castle" students will read about the letters of Knight Sir Edmund Perry from the Oxney Castle in Medieval England, as well preparing for an Brand: DK.

The Battle for the Castle book. Twelve-year-old William is beginning to wonder if Jason is still his best friend. When Jason challenges William to "jump the trains," William is terrified but feels he must prove himself.

The opportunity arises when his former housekeeper sends him a magic token that once again takes him back to the mystical world of Sir Simon's castle, this time with Author: Elizabeth Winthrop.

Battle at the castle. [Rupert Matthews] -- Introduces the high adventure of medieval England through the letters of a knight's squire who participates in an exciting tournament before witnessing the preparations and battle engagements of a Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

Some features of WorldCat will not be available. About DK Readers L2: Battle at the Castle Through the letters of a squire of the knight Sir Edmund Perry, the reader is immersed in the life at Oxney Castle in Medieval England.

Experience the excitement of a tournament, the preparations for an attack, and the action of the :   The Battle for the Castle was an awesome book.

I thought it was one of the best books I ever read. I liked it because I love to be in suspense and this book had lots of suspense. I also liked it because it was easy to follow and to understand.

If you liked The Castle in the Attic you'll love The battle for the Castle/5(6). Battle at the Castle is a 'Starting To Read Alone' reader, perfect for children beginning to read alone as they develop skills to read confidently, accurately, fluently and with good understanding.

Full of interactive aspects such as diaries, recipes, and games to engage readers, supporting the story and national curriculum. Publisher's Summary. The adventure continues in this exciting companion to The Castle in the Attic.

As William tu he wonders if Jason is still his best friend. In the past year, Jason has grown a foot taller, while William is still a shrimp.

When Jason challenges William to “jump the trains,” William is terrified. The children love Battle Mountain because it is a great place to explore the desert and make up games. They do not have enough money for Dad to drink, so the family spends the evenings quietly, occasionally going out to eat, but usually reading library books at home.

Experience the excitement of a tournament, the preparations for an attack, and the action of the battle. Will help arrive in time to save the castle under siege? Level 2 DK Readers are for children who have started to read on their own, but still need some help.

These books contain more words, more complex stories, and smaller type than Level /5(1). Holiday House, Bantam Paperback, Unabridged Audio Book, Listening Library, (AlA Notable Recording) As twelve year old William battles to save the castle, he discovers that there is more than one way to become a hero.Through the letters of a squire of the knight Sir Edmund Perry, the reader is immersed in the life at Oxney Castle in Medieval England.

Experience the excitement of a tournament, the preparations for an attack, and the action of the battle. Will help arrive in time to save the castle under.