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King Crow

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Jailed by an evil foe, a king receives invaluable help from a crow that regularly brings him the latest news.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published April 4th 1995 by Knopf Books for Young Readers (first published 1995)
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Matthew
Apr 07, 2014 Matthew rated it really liked it
What drew me to this book is the amazing art work. I loved the art found within this book. The war scene was detailed and visually pleasing. This book is a picture book but is very text heavy meaning that there are many lines of text per page but they are double spaced. There are however many pages so this book is not a quick read as most picture books are.

There is dialogue among characters often with the text. This book would be a good lesson on sequencing and dialogue. There are a few contrac
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Oct 13, 2010 Henry Fool rated it really liked it
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Nice story. Title drew me in.
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