Title: The Storybook Knight
Authors: Helen Docherty, Thomas Docherty
Published: September 6th 2016 by Sourcebooks Jabberwocky
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Source: Finished copy sent by the publisher in exchange for an honest review
"Even dragons can’t resist a good story…
Even though Leo would rather sit at home and read, his parents send him out into the world in the hopes that Leo will become a famous knight. But when Leo comes up against the land’s most fearsome beasts, he soon discovers that scary monsters enjoy a good book as much as anyone…"
Review: I honestly didn't know what to expect when I was first introduced to THE STORYBOOK KNIGHT. The covered definitely drew me in, and the story itself also sounded intriguing. Why not give it a go? What I found out was the cover and the summary (though both fabulous) do not do this book justice. Once you tear open the first page, you'll truly see how elaborate the illustrations are. There's no detail left behind, and to top it off, I was blown away by the limerick.
THE STORYBOOK KNIGHT is a fantastic adventure, probably more suited for kiddos 4 and up. I truly believe they'll enjoy each and every bit of the story, and there's always some new piece to catch every time you go through the artwork.