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Sir Cassie to the Rescue

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Cassie has just read a story about a knight rescuing a damsel in distress. Now she wants to play. She becomes Sir Cassie, but no one wants to be the damsel. Even her baby sister Amanda refuses to cooperate. Sir Cassie is resourceful, though, and everyone does get involved in the game, even Towser, the dog, who makes an amazing dragon. And the queen serves up a royal feast!
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2003 by Orca Book Publishers
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Heather
Oct 05, 2013 Heather rated it liked it
Overall, a little boring, but kind of fun and has a nice message. When playing with her brother, Cassie wants to be the knight who does the rescuing--not the wimpy "damsel in distress" who needs to be rescued. Of course, neither of her siblings want to be the damsel either, and so we end up with a nice little story about playing together cooperatively.
Tina Bartholoma
Dec 10, 2009 Tina Bartholoma rated it liked it
Shelves: picture-books
"pretend, reading, knights, medieval, reads book about knights pretends all afternoon with brother and sister"
Ubalstecha
Sweet story about using your imagination to play and the negotiation that should go on when playing with others.
Ubalstecha
Sweet story about using your imagination to play and the negotiation that should go on when playing with others.
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Born in Lethbridge, Alberta, on April 12, 1949, Linda grew up in Calgary, Alberta. She obtained a B.A. with Distinction from the University of Calgary in 1968, and then a Bachelor of Library Science degree from the University of Alberta in 1970. She worked as a children's librarian in Truro, Nova Scotia and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, where she was also manager of the Carlyle King Branch of Saskatoon ...more
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