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The Secrets of Flamant Castle: The Complete Adventures of Sword Girl and Friends
     

The Secrets of Flamant Castle: The Complete Adventures of Sword Girl and Friends

by Gregory Rogers (Illustrator)
 
Fun and fantasy combine in this collection of six amusing stories about Tommy, a daring and curious girl who dreams of becoming a knight, and her unusual friends, which include a talking cat and a ghost

Tommy, a kitchen girl at Flamant Castle, dreams of becoming a knight—and when she is made the Keeper of the Blades, caring for all the

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Fun and fantasy combine in this collection of six amusing stories about Tommy, a daring and curious girl who dreams of becoming a knight, and her unusual friends, which include a talking cat and a ghost

Tommy, a kitchen girl at Flamant Castle, dreams of becoming a knight—and when she is made the Keeper of the Blades, caring for all the swords in the castle armory, it seems like her dream might come true. But trouble is never far away from Flamant Castle and the Keeper of the Blades is often in the thick of it. Luckily Tommy is both daring and curious, and has a cast of friends ready to help, including Lil the talking cat, the friendly Crocodiddle who lives in the castle moat, and her best friend Jasper, the ghost of a young squire who inhabits one of the old swords. Follow Sword Girl Tommy on six fun fantasy adventures: The Secret of the Swords, The Poison Plot, Tournament Trouble, The Siege Scare, The Terrible Trickster, and Pigeon Problems.

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"There is energy, excitement, wit and a gentle wisdom in this chapter book series."  —Magpies

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781743319543
Publisher:
Allen & Unwin Pty., Limited
Publication date:
11/01/2014
Series:
Sword Girl Series
Pages:
576
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.70(h) x 1.70(d)
Age Range:
7 - 9 Years

Meet the Author


Frances Watts is the author of Kisses for Daddy and The Secret of the Ginger Mice. Gregory Rogers (1957-2013) was the first Australian to be awarded the prestigious Kate Greenaway Medal. His first wordless picture book The Boy, the Bear, the Baron, the Bard was selected as one of the Ten Best Illustrated Picture Books of 2004 by the New York Times and short-listed for several awards.

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