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Nonetheless, even for these children, this would be an excellent book to be read aloud.
In "Good Masters! Sweet Ladies!," Schlitz gives us a whopping twenty-three parts, each one the monologue of a kid who would have lived in a Medieval village.
Beautifully illustrated, beautifully written, "Good Masters, Sweet Ladies" is a book to be savored and re-read by adults and teens alike.
Schlitz has successfully retold the Canterbury Tales from the eyes of a child – call her the new Chaucer! Read morePublished 10 days ago by M. Miller
Really great overview of medieval life in a creative accessible style.Published 3 months ago by Kristin J. Bradburn
I *love* this book! I rarely give 5-star reviews, but this book earned it. I read it at least once a year, usually around Christmas time. Read morePublished 5 months ago by HillbillyHobbit
We selected this book after enjoying, "The Night Fairy."
This book is extremely well-written and enjoyable. Read more
The writing is wonderful, the images are powerful. What a creative insight into a long ago time. Highly recommend this book and gave several as Christmas gifts last year!Published 7 months ago by Nancy R. Lincoln
I am a teacher, and purchased (and read) this very creatively written and colorfully illustrated book for children. Read morePublished 10 months ago by I Humphreys
Although the actual individuals are fictional, GOOD MASTERS! SWEET LADIES! is actually a nonfiction book about the various lives of typical individuals who would have lived in the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by tvtv3
This is a great book for kids to learn from! Whether you are just introducing this subject, or have a medieval history buff, this book has the right concept to engage kids from... Read morePublished 17 months ago by CO book lover!