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Tales of a Fifth-Grade Knight
Tales of a Fifth-Grade Knight
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Tales of a Fifth-Grade Knight

One day, Isaac Thompson is just your average fifth grader playing the part of a porcupine in the school play. The next, he has strayed into a mysterious subterranean realm that has been lurking beneath his school Castle Elementary and launches his quest to knighthood. When Isaac's little sister Lily goes missing from their school's creepy basement, he and his best friends Max and Emma set out in search of her. Their search takes them to the Underground, where they encounter an army of spear-wielding rats, a talking human-sized bat, and a thumb-nosed prison guard. But humans who stay in the Underground too long transform into weird, unpleasant creatures and are forced to work for the horrible Elf King. Can Isaac and his crew escape the Underground before it's too late for them to ever return home?

PublisherCapstone Young Readers
Age Level9-12 Years
Reading LevelGrades 4-7
GenreFantasy & Science Fiction
SubjectFantasy & Science Fiction
Trim Size5 1/4 x 7 1/2
Page Count160
Paper Over Board



Kirkus Reviews

"Gibson pits his doughty rescuers against such adversaries as an elven monarch who emits truly kingly belches and a once-human jailer with a self-picking nose. . . .A fizzy mix of low humor and brisk action, with promise of more of both to come." - Kirkus Reviews

June 29, 2015

Kid's Book Buzz/San Francisco Book Review - Farrah, Age 9

"What an adventure! I think that this is a good book for ages 9-11." - Kid's Book Buzz/San Francisco Book Review

November 13, 2015

Douglas Gibson

Douglas Gibson

Douglas Gibson and his wife and son live in lovely Asheville, North Carolina, along with a small dog named Spencer and a medium chicken named Juliet. When he isn't writing about books or designing them for other people, Douglas is usually hard at work writing books of his own.

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