The Storybook Knight by Helen Docherty & Thomas Docherty {Review w/ Giveaway} @docherty_helen @TDIllustration @JabberwockyKids




The Storybook Knight
by Helen Docherty, Thomas Docherty
Published September 6th 2016 
by Sourcebooks Jabberwocky


Even dragons can’t resist a good story…

Even though Leo would rather sit at home and read, his parents send him out into the world in the hopes that Leo will become a famous knight. But when Leo comes up against the land’s most fearsome beasts, he soon discovers that scary monsters enjoy a good book as much as anyone…


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This is the story of Leo who is a knight who would much rather read. When his parents convience him to go and fight a dragon he does so with dread and despair... after all he would rather read. Along the way he encounters creatues that he's read about and using his ingenuity he avoids battles and spreads his love of reading.


My smile kept getting bigger and bigger as I read this beautifully written and illustrated tale. This is a great story to read morning, noon or night!





{I received an ARC via the publisher. I made no guarantee of a favorable review and the opinions exprssed here are unbiased and my own.}



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Helen Docherty  was born and grew up in a small town called Weymouth, on the south coast of England. My family was from Wales, and I inherited from them a love of stories. As a child, I spent most of my time  either reading or writing. From an early age I started making books with my own stories and pictures in them. I took this very seriously, and was quite determined that I would be a writer when I grew up (I knew I was never going to make it as a ballet dancer, athlete or pop star).


Helen Docherty:
Twitter: @docherty_helen


Thomas Docherty was born in New Zealand but has spent most of his life in England. He studied metalwork and sculpture and now has a collection of acclaimed picture books. Thomas has been short-listed for a variety of awards, including the Kate Greenaway Medal in 2009 for Little Boat.


Thomas Docherty:
Twitter: @TDIllustration



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