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I'm so happy that we picked this edition for a gift, it looks better than the picture provided, it doesn't have that Laurel Leaf Newberry line down at the bottom. Read morePublished 1 day ago by parkyoojin
An interesting and well-written story appropriate for fourth grade reading levels. Definitely recommend.Published 7 days ago by Alane
Again I assume it was good cause my daughter read it. and it was a short storyPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I just finished reading this book to my 8 year old as part of his home school curriculum. He thoroughly enjoyed it, especially as he is enchanted with knights and castles and such. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Karen Siegfried
Sent in England during the Middle Ages, this book is rich with culture and history. Robin, the crippled son of a nobleman, faces a bleak history. Read morePublished 3 months ago by empress8411
It was a good read. Some parts were entertaining. A few parts were bland.Published 3 months ago by John Wire