To Find A Wonder

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Mortimer is the best squire in Sir Emberly's troops, but his liege refuses to recommend him for promotion to knighthood. When Mortimer demands to prove his knight-worthiness, Sir Emberly charges him with an impossible task-finding a wonder in five days. With the help of his faithful mare, a scatterbrained wizard, a frog prince and a very special vegetable, Mortimer creates his own wonder-the first dragon to ever breathe fire! How much trouble could one fire-breathing creature cause anyway? Mortimer certainly ...

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Mortimer is the best squire in Sir Emberly's troops, but his liege refuses to recommend him for promotion to knighthood. When Mortimer demands to prove his knight-worthiness, Sir Emberly charges him with an impossible task-finding a wonder in five days. With the help of his faithful mare, a scatterbrained wizard, a frog prince and a very special vegetable, Mortimer creates his own wonder-the first dragon to ever breathe fire! How much trouble could one fire-breathing creature cause anyway? Mortimer certainly discovers and learns along the way that being a knight is more than being talented with a sword.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781603181761
  • Publisher: L & L Dreamspell
  • Publication date: 9/15/2009
  • Pages: 80
  • Age range: 8 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 0.17 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2009

    Great middle grade adventure

    Jennifer Carson masterfully weaves a sweet and powerful story about a squire discovering what it takes to be a knight. Young squire Mortimer wants nothing more than to be a knight, but his liege refuses to knight him unless Mortimer can return with a Wonder, in 5 days no less. Knowing that most knights never find a single Wonder through lifelong quests, Mortimer heartily agrees and takes his trusty mount, Lady, on the journey of a lifetime.

    Not only does Mortimer return with multiple Wonders, he creates one or two of his own along the way. He also learns the power of friendship, loyalty, and honor. Memorable characters such as Percival, the fire breathing dragon; Goon, the minstrel; a bumbling Wizard; and a frog prince pepper this lively story. Kids, young and old, will enjoy the adventure. "May your heart be true and your sword be loyal."

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  • Posted November 2, 2009

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    Fun and Exciting!

    Mortimer just wants to become a knight! But it isn't going to be as easy as he had thought. This exciting adventure is just the right one for those readers who want to find something special. There is nothing ordinary about, To Find a Wonder. I recommend it for your adventurer!

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