The Knight of the Golden Arrow

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The wise and powerful King in a far away kingdom is growing old, but, alas, he has no rightful heir to the throne! Calling for his royal Shepherd, Captain, and Cupbearer, the King entrusts each one of them with a very unique and powerful golden arrow.

Join author Robert L. Brannon in, The Knight of the Golden Arrow, as the King's three royal servants embark on a dangerous and fascinating night involving a deadly, fire-breathing dragon, a ruthless Cyclops, and several vicious ...

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Overview

The wise and powerful King in a far away kingdom is growing old, but, alas, he has no rightful heir to the throne! Calling for his royal Shepherd, Captain, and Cupbearer, the King entrusts each one of them with a very unique and powerful golden arrow.

Join author Robert L. Brannon in, The Knight of the Golden Arrow, as the King's three royal servants embark on a dangerous and fascinating night involving a deadly, fire-breathing dragon, a ruthless Cyclops, and several vicious giants. The intense fires of temptation will test and prove the hearts of each man. Which one of the King's three servants will become heir to the throne by proving himself to be brave, faithful, and obedient?

The Knight of the Golden Arrow is a treasure-trove of biblical principles embedded in a high-action, fast-paced medieval setting. Also included is a bonus section in the epilogue, delving into the biblical meanings behind each of the characters, creatures, and symbols in the story.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781606046029
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
  • Publication date: 3/3/2009
  • Pages: 162
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.35 (d)

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  • Posted March 6, 2009

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    Great read for the whole family

    My three boys and even my seventeen year old daughter enjoyed the plot line as well as lessons of obedience and faith in this captivating allegorical adventure. Highly recommended as a bedtime read aloud...especially if you have time for the begging that will ensue, "Just a few more pages, Mommy."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2009

    Thought-provoking Allegory

    I read this to my children recently. After each chapter, they begged me to read more. They understood the analogy in the story and it provoked some good conversations with them about serving Jesus Christ.

    Great family read-aloud or gift to a young reader who is seeking Truth or who needs to be strengthened in his faith in Christ.

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  • Posted March 5, 2009

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    Entertainment with a deep message

    The "Knight of the Golden Arrow" is a children's story with message for all ages. The story itself is entertaining plus it teaches important spiritual lessons about trusting and obeying our heavenly Father's word. The epilogue amplifies those lessons with further explanations of what can be learned from each character and his behavior in the story. A good book with a great message of eternal value.

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