5 edition of The sunflower sword found in the catalog.
The sunflower sword
by Andersen Press, Distributed in the United States by Lerner Pub. Group in Minneapolis
Written in English
In a land marked by endless fighting between knights and dragons, a mother gives her eager little boy a sunflower rather than the sword he requests, and when he wields it against a real dragon, new understanding begins.
|Statement||by Mark Sperring ; illustrated by Miriam Latimer|
|Contributions||Latimer, Miriam, ill|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.S4268 Sun 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010032954|
The little knight wants a sword to whoosh and swoosh in the air. His mother gives him a sunflower instead. The sunflower sword whooshes and swooshes very well. 'But,' says the little knight, 'it won't be any good for fighting dragons.' Or will it? Buy The Sunflower Sword by Mark Sperring, Miriam Latimer from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £
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This book teaches that everyone can bond together even though they are very different. Also in the story, the mother is being wise and gave her son a sunflower sword instead of a sword that would hurt the dragons. the Son did not like the idea of the sunflower sword but when a real dragon appeared and took the sunflower away from him, he realized it was a great way for them to become /5.
The sunflower sword. [Mark Sperring; Miriam Latimer] -- In a land marked by endless fighting between knights and dragons, a mother gives her eager little boy a sunflower rather than the sword he requests, and when he wields it against a real dragon, new.
Instead, she gives him a sunflower, which whooshes and swooshes surprisingly well. Off he goes, to the top of Dragon Hill, where he slays three imaginary dragons with his sunflower sword. Just then, a real, fire-breathing dragon appears, and what happens next. The little knight wants a sword to whoosh and swoosh in the air.
His mother gives him a sunflower instead. The sunflower sword whooshes and swooshes very well. "But," says the little knight, "it won't be any good for fighting dragons." Or will it.
Description taken from A wannabe little knight is desperate to fight dragons with a trusty sword which he can whoosh and swoosh.
But his mother has other ideas and instead of a shiny blade gives him a sunflower. Slightly disappointed, the little knight still goes off to the top of the hill to battle one or two imaginary dragons. The Sunflower Sword Paperback – 5 May by Mark Sperring (Author) › Visit Amazon's Mark Sperring Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Mark Sperring (Author), Miriam Latimer Reviews: 8. Buy The Sunflower Sword by Sperring, Mark, Latimer, Miriam (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: In The Sunflower, Simon Wiesenthal writes of an incident that occurred during the time he was a concentration camp day, he and his work detail were sent to clean medical waste at a converted army hospital for wounded German soldiers.
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The title comes from Wiesenthal's observation of. Join Ms. Sarah as she reads "Sunflower Sword" by Mark Sperring. This book was read with permission from the publisher, Random House.
Great Book Recommended for you. Get this from a library. The sunflower sword. [Mark Sperring; Miriam Latimer] -- "In a land filled with fire and smoke and endless fighting, where knights fight dragons, there lives a little knight who wants to be big like the others, and fight like the others, and have a sword.
The Sword and the Sunflower is a work of fiction incorporating fantasy elements into real-world issues and was penned by author Mark Bradford. Utilizing the genre of magical realism, the work focuses on an alternate world where a grieving father takes on one last task as the assassin of a man he has never before met.
When he discovers the truth of his assignment, the job sends him into. In a land filled with fire and smoke and endless fighting, where knights fight dragons, there lives a little knight who wants to be big like the others, and fight like the others, and have a sword like the his mother won't let d of a sword, she gives him a sunflower, which, as i.
The Sunflower Sword By Mark Sperring, Miriam Latimer This book has the classic elements of a good story – a mischievous central character, a very grumpy dad, and an evil magician. There are also some great black and white illustrations.
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The Sunflower Sword – In a land marked by endless fighting between knights and dragons, a mother gives her eager little boy a sunflower rather than the sword he requests, and when he wields it against a real dragon, new understanding begins. Instead, she gives him a sunflower, which whooshes and swooshes surprisingly well.
Off he goes, to the top of Dragon Hill, where he slays three imaginary dragons with his sunflower sword. Just then, a real, fire-breathing dragon appears, and what happens next is testament to the beauty of changing one’s expectations.5/5.The Paperback of the The Sword and the Sunflower by Mark Bradford at Barnes & Noble.
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