Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
- Age: 3 to 8
- Grade: p to 3
The Little Knight learns that there is always room for more than one hero!
In a magical kingdom far away, there is a little knight who’s ready to conquer the day! When he hears someone calling for help, he rushes to the rescue. But soon enough, he discovers that someone else — someone faster — has already saved them. What’s worse is that it happens again! And again! Our favourite hero starts to realize that there’s another knight in the kingdom. Will he be able to get over his pride when a tricky situation arises?
This charming installment in the Little Knight series is the perfect opportunity for readers to explore the themes of pride and co-operation. The wonderful scenes depicted by Geneviève Després are full of humorous details to pull readers into the story.
About the authors
GILLES TIBO a écrit et illustré plus d’une centaine de livres pour enfants dont les populaires séries d’albums Simon et les livres mettant en vedette l’adorable Nicolas. Il a reçu plusieurs prix prestigieux dont deux prix du Gouverneur général. Gilles habite à Montréal.
has written and illustrated more than a hundred children's books. He is a
two-time winner of the Governor General's Award and the Mr. Christie's Book
Award, and a two-time nominee for the Hans Christian Andersen Prize. He
lives in Montreal, Quebec.
GENEVIÈVE DESPRÉS illustre des albums jeunesse. Elle a gagné le prix Applied Arts Illustration Award à quatre reprises. Ses illustrations sont tendres et cocasses. Geneviève habite à Saint-Lambert sur la Rive-Sud de Montréal.
GENEVIÈVE DESPRÉS completed a degree in Industrial Design at the Université de Montréal in 1992, but, around 1997, she decided to pursue her first passion, drawing. She turned to illustration, completing a number of contracts in the fields of educational publishing, advertising, editorial, and children's literature. She lives in Saint Lambert, Quebec.
Praise for The Little Knight Who Battle a Dragon: “As well as being suitable for one-on-one sharing, The Little Knight Who Battled a Dragon will be a satisfying experience for new readers who will enjoy exploring the pictures and words in each scene.” — CM: Canadian Review of Materials
“The language is wonderfully descriptive, with phrases . . . that draw the reader into the setting and the adventure in a powerfully effective way.”— Resource Links