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Glubbery Gray, the Knight-Eating Beast

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4.29 of 5 stars 4.29  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  5 reviews
"More than an effective counting book . . . this is the book your 'funnest' babysitter reads to you!" -Marcey Walsh, national math/science children's performance artist, Highly Contagious Education Beware of beasts with epic appetites! As a band of eight knights trek to their castle with Glubbery Gray, the Knight-Eating Beast, in tow, little do they realize that their capt...more
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published September 2nd 2010 by Pelican Publishing Company (first published September 1st 2010)
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Ina
The illustrations in this clever, funny counting book are appealing to even the youngest child...and older children like it for creative ways that Glubbery Gray eats one knight after another. The youngest kids had fun counting the ever decreasing band of knights...and the older kids in my audience had fun guessing which knight would be old gray's next victim. Humorous with rhyming rhythmic text this was a great read-aloud with a large group ranging in age from 2 to about 7 as it engaged all of t...more
Beth
Jul 17, 2012 Beth rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Tee-hee :)
Guen
My kids enjoy picking out which knight will be the next one to be eaten.
Mother Goossen
6-year-old asks for this one over and over again.
Paula
Eight knights capture a terrible beast, but as they lead him away the line of captors becomes shorter and shorter, until the last one concludes that traveling with a famous knight-eating beast is unwise.
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Beth Kander (1981- ) writes fiction, children's books, stage plays, screenplays, and more. Her first children's book, "Glubbery Gray, The Knight-Eating Beast" was published by Pelican Publishing in 2010; her debut novel, "Was," is now available as an e-book; and two of her plays are now available for production from Steele Spring Theatrical Licensing.

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