Mortimer and the Powerful Sword
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Mortimer and the Powerful Sword

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Mortimer's daydreaming again. But when he finds a pointy stick in the woodpile, he can't resist the urge to challenge a menacing dragon with his new powerful sword. Only when he calls on the name of the King does Mortimer realize that he, and his pointy stick, are transformed to fight a man-eating troll, vicious pirates, an evil Queen and more.
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Paperback, 126 pages
Published November 21st 2005 by Trafford Publishing
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Nikki Nielsen
Apr 02, 2008 Nikki Nielsen rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Nikki by: Jorden
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Kevin Kurtz came to my son's school last month and apparently gave a great presentation on his books because he took his savings back to school the next day and bought them both. With personalized autographs even. He was very excited.

This is a great series for boys. Mortimer, the main character, is a young boy who is constantly losing himself to daydreams of killing dragons and rescuing damsels in distress. It reminds me of Calvin and Hobbs in the constant daydream department. He finds a stick t...more
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