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Knights of the Kitchen Table

Scieszka, Jon (Book - 1991 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Knights of the Kitchen Table


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Joe receives a magic book for his birthday present from his uncle. Joe, Fred and Sam are transported to a time when evil knights, fire-breathing dragons and vile-smelling giants roamed the land.
Authors: Scieszka, Jon
Title: Knights of the kitchen table
Publisher: New York, N.Y. :, Viking Penguin,, 1991.
Characteristics: 55 p. :,ill. ;,22 cm.
Notes: At head of title: The time warp trio.
Also published in paperback 1993 by Puffin with ISBN: 0140346031.
Summary: Joe receives a magic book for his birthday present from his uncle. Joe, Fred and Sam are transported to a time when evil knights, fire-breathing dragons and vile-smelling giants roamed the land.
Audience: 7-11.
630
Local Note: BLUESTMNOM
Accelerated Reader AR 38 10010
Reading Counts RC 51 10030
Additional Contributors: Smith, Lane
ISBN: 0140346031
0142400432
9780142400432
0670836222
9781442054301
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Report This Feb 21, 2013
  • Suvorov1 rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

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. 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. 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: "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. 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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  • Ubalstecha rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

A fun, silly short novel for beginning (or struggling readers) full of Sczieska's usual absurdity. Boys will love it.

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  • Suvorov1 rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

It is Joe's birthday and he receives a magical book from his uncle. The book sends Joe and his two friends back to King Arthur's time where they must battle the Black Knight, a giant and a dragon. And Merlin is suspicious...

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  • Suvorov1 rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

"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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