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Dragon Hound of Honor Julie Andrews Collection

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Tars because the kids liked it very much I thought it had very slow although did become exciting later in the book It was a un book read out loud to them and introduce French words and other new vocabulary words Also medieval ways of life I like to look things up on my laptop and show them pictures of things as I m reading I also showed them a book about castlesThey really enjoyed the murder mystery part of it and enjoyed guessing who might have committed the murder and putting it all together They also enjoyed discussing the personalities of some of the characters I can t say this is one of the best books I ve ever read but IT WAS ENJOYABLE AND I M was enjoyable and I m my kids had un listening to itI m also reading to a 4th grade class The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles also by Julie Edwards and that is a much better book Those kids are enjoying that book very much This book is aimed at young readers I would personally say tweens to adult I as an adult occasionally ound moments to go a little slow but the rest well and truly made up Black Women Writers (1950-1980): A Critical Evaluation for it The story deals with death blood and mourning amongst other subject matters but the highlightor me asides rom the way the climax of the story hit me like a punch to the guts is the hero of the story Dragon an Irish Wolfhound I highly recommend this book It held me completely captivated till the end Although I loved the author s other book Mandy this book left something to be desired and wanting in its telling First of all out of the many books dedicated to doggy heroes I have never heard of Dragon before nor have I heard of this particular legend so it does bring up a uestion at least whether this is based on actual events or not Second of all or Dragon to be such a main witness and the title character he doesn t appear to have much of a role in the book but is rather a secondary character As such much of the story ends up revolving around the other human characters while Bunco Babes Tell All for the most part just bringing in Dragon occasionally Nd Thierry a young page must now solve the tragic mystery Yet it is a magnificent white wolfhound by the name of Dragon Montdidier'saithful companion who brings an unexpected shocking conclusion to the puzzle of his maste. .
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375 starsA good book I enjoyed it but it was way to predictable after reading the cover summary and the irst half it was easy to TELL WHO THE CULPRIT WAS I who the culprit was I enjoy the twist with the duel At The End Though Younger Readers Would the end though Younger readers would really enjoy this but at the same time it is just slightly graphic because it s the middle ages you know kids book I picked up this book because of the cover It was a dog book present like Boby of Greyfair cover that mom used to have Then I realized it was written by Julie Andrew Edwards Bringing the Outside In from The Sound of Music and her daughter It said in the cover that she actually has The Julie Andrew CollectionIt is a story that takes place in medieval times based on The Legend of the Dog of Montargis There is betrayal in a group of cousins that is witnessed by the hound Dragon Dragon was the only one to witness the murder of his owner and ultimately bringsorth the killer s confessionIt was a well written book including maps amily tree rench english glossary and glossary of medieval terms In this book the dog Dragon is actually a dog He does not talk A wonderful mystery written by Julie Andrews Edwards and her daughter Emma Walton Hamilton It is based on a legend rom around the 14th century which makes it all the better Included is a French English glossary to assist with French words dispersed throughout the story as well as a glossary of Medieval terms Very well written Basically a medieval murder mystery which is rather awesome Set in the late 1300 s Is that medieval If not sorry but I m still using medieval or the sake of alliteration a dog leads the inhabitants of a castle to the spot where his murdered owner was buried And and leads the inhabitants of a castle to the spot where his murdered owner was buried And and things get ever excitingIt was hard to keep the characters straight until I Close to Hugh found the page outlining theamily tree Immensely helpful Also at the end is a glossary of terms and French translations I m an elementary school librarian I just inished reading this book to a 3rd grade class of children I gave it 4 In the noble and dangerous times of medieval France the young knight Aubrey de Montdidier nephew of the Count of Montargis has been strangely murdered His riend the brave Sieur DeNarsac captain of the count's men at arms ,

Hen it seems to be the right thing to do but otherwise it is the same human characters who translate the telling of the actual story or the rest of us instead of allowing the dog to Have A Voice As For Mystery a As or the mystery may be of a mystery to younger readers or to those who aren t uite readers of other genres Otherwise if you are a mystery reader or even an avid reader there is truly no mystery to the events just an unfolding of the story Altogether there could have been a better plot line and deeper character build or the reader to make this a better book plus a better pacing of the events And although there is wonderful details to the historical acts of the book as well as a French to English glossary and a glossary of little known English terms there isn t much else to congratulate the book on Although it could be a decent book or YAs around higher middle school and high school crowds there is still a bit of violence graphic sites and of course a bit of a sexual implication at one point Otherwise I can say I wouldn t truly recommend it to any other particular group of readers at this time it was good This book was a amazing I loved every word of it When Dragon the wolf hound watches his master be murdered Catch and Release: Trout Fishing and the Meaning of Life from aar he needs to ind a way to alert his owners and riends The murderer at the end of the story was a shock to me Dragon s loyalty to his master and his Road Map to Holland: How I Found My Way Through My Son's First Two Years with Down Syndrome friends is astonishing I loved theamily tree at the beginning of the book and the glossary of French terms at the back One thing I would like to see in the book would have to be a How to pronounce the character names page That would be nice Overall a great book an props to the amazing authors of this amazing book A medieval legend treated up by Julie Andrews and her daughter The story is wonderful the telling merely good A little too much injustice or a very young child as well as murder and evil plotting But the heroes prevail and life in medieval France shines with interesting tidbits of lore and vocabulary. R's untimely deathNew York Times best selling authors Julie Andrews Edwards and Emma Walton Hamilton weave a tapestry of intrigue power loyalty and riendship in this novel based on the captivating French legend of Montargi.

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