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Knights of the Kitchen Table (The Time Warp Trio Series #1)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

the black knight vs the kids

I thought that the book was very interesting. The book had very good pictures and good words.My favorite part was when the kid hit the knight in the head.It was funny!I thing it was the best book of all.

posted by Anonymous on March 10, 2000

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

WHAT THE HECK!!??!!??

I'm a very fast reader, and I got through this book in, like, 45 minutes. Interesting story and all, but it was soooo short, it seemed pointless to buy. I hope the other ones in this series aren't that short

posted by 8039000 on May 9, 2011

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  • Posted February 21, 2013

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    It is Joe's birthday, and his uncle sent him an odd present- a m

    It is Joe's birthday, and his uncle sent him an odd present- a magical looking book. Indeed it is magic. It transports the three friends back to King Arthur's time where they will battle a giant and a dragon. Most important of all, if they live, they must find a way back home.
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    I was looking for another funny series to read aloud with my daughter and ever since reading Science Verse and Squids will be Squids, I am a Jon Scieszka fan. Since each book in the series takes place in a different historical setting, I thought it would be interesting.
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    The story is short and humorous. The boys initially have a little trouble deciphering Old English and their encounter with the Black Knight is reminiscent of Monty Python and the Holy Grail- "None shall pass!" My favorite part:
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    "This is like the Stone Age. Those guys at the banquet last night hadn't even heard of TV."
    "Gosh, what a surprise," I said. "Considering that TV won't be invented for another thousand years or so."
    "A thousand years?! I can't live without TV for a thousand years," said Fred.
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    Since the three main characters are boys, and there are some really disgustingly gross parts in the book, I am guessing the audience for this series consists of boys. However, my daughter thought it was hilarious. While it is below her reading level, it is still just a funny and light read that is perfect for bedtime.

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