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The Squirrel Squire - and the Tournament of Oaks - cover

The Squirrel Squire - and the Tournament of Oaks

Erik DeLeo

Publisher: Erik DeLeo

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Summary

A small but brave squirrel. An annual tournament. And threats from a dark challenger. Squire Puff faces many pressures, but searching for a missing knight isn’t supposed to be one of them. When things take a turn for the worse, can he face his fears and help avert disaster? If Puff can’t find the champion, he’s the only one left who can fight.If you like talking animals, epic sword fights and exciting adventures, then you’ll love The Squirrel Squire. This chapter book deals with many themes including bravery, courage, fear and loss. Perfect for fans of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, Redwall by Brian Jacques and The Green Ember by S.D. Smith, along with other fantasy series including The Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander.

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