The Eldridge Conspiracy

The Eldridge Conspiracy

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ISBN-13: 9781937615352
Publisher: Cardboard Box Adventures
Publication date: 02/25/2017
Series: Sir Kaye the Boy Knight Series , #4
Pages: 174
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

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The Eldridge Conspiracy (Sir Kaye the Boy Knight Series #4) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
MomsChoiceAwards More than 1 year ago
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Holly More than 1 year ago
The Eldridge Conspiracy is the fourth and final book in the Sir Kaye : The Boy Knight series! Personally, I can't just jump in on a series, so before reading this book, I had to go back and read the first three books. I'm glad that I did because everything made more sense. This book is a great stand alone, but it's an even better series. You can't help but love a character like Kaye who was just trying to be like his father, even when things didn't go as planned. I really loved how this book wrapped everything up so you are not left wondering what will happen next for Kaye and his two friends. I do have to warn you though: this book and series will have you laughing out loud for what situations Kaye and his two friends get into so be prepared to have fun while reading it!! This also is truly a great series for kids to get lost in for a couple of hours and hopefully, it will inspire them to go outside and be explorers like Kaye and his friends. Thank You to Don M. Winn for writing a series that I spent the last three weeks reading just to get to The Eldridge Conspiracy and see how the story ends. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from Lone Star Book Blog Tours.
RuthieJonesTX More than 1 year ago
The Eldridge Conspiracy is the fourth and last in the Sir Kaye the Boy Knight series. The story begins with the boys, Sir Kaye, Reggie (our faithful narrator), and Beau, already knee deep in adventure. Sir Kaye’s latest quest to save his father, Sir Henry, sends all three boys into dangerous territory as the events from book 3 (Legend of the Forest Beast) have put them in danger of being captured by the two minions of Baron Thomas, who will stop at nothing to be King. Sir Kaye continues to suffer from excessive pride as he struggles to be the perfect knight like his father. His ridiculous nickname, Sir Donkey, follows him where ever he goes, stinging his pride and making him feel like he will always be a fool and never make his father proud. Reggie also continues to struggle with self doubt because of his dismal writing skills. But the boys are quite clever and ingenious in figuring out plans of escape and rescue by working together and leveraging all of their skills and strengths. What’s fantastic about all of these books is that the feelings of inadequacy, failure, excessive pride, and jealousy that these boys face are real-life struggles that can be difficult (but not impossible) to shake and overcome. The valuable lessons they learn by the end of The Eldridge Conspiracy show that the boys have matured and can appreciate their skills and the knowledge that everyone must all forge their own path and discover their own unique talents. The study guide for the entire series is chock full of games/activities, main themes, reading comprehension questions, and all sorts of useful information about life in the middle ages, castles, food, knights, storytelling, jousting, and even knitting. This guide is a great learning companion for all four books.