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How to Become a Perfect Knight in Five Days

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Philbert Metalblade comes from a long line of brave knights. To the consternation of his family, Philbert doesnt excel at typical knightly activities and prefers to work on his inventions. His family sends him to Knight School where he meets some interesting characters like Caligula Bigarms and Professor Lofty-Britches. Philberts story is amusing and clever, but it also co ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published August 1st 2009 by Windmill Books
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Née à Valleyfield (Québec) en 1952, Pierrette Dubé complète des études en lettres à l'Université de Montréal et en traduction à l'Université McGill. Après quoi, elle est correctrice d'épreuves et réviseure à la revue Sélection du Reader's Digest. Depuis 1990, elle est traductrice au gouvernement canadien.

Pierrette Dubé a publié une dizaine d’albums dont le premier en 1988, Le roi Gédéon, paru aux
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