Knight Sir Louis and the Dreadful Damsel - Knight Sir Louis (Paperback)
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Knight Sir Louis and the Dreadful Damsel - Knight Sir Louis (Paperback)

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Paperback 304 Pages / Published: 01/08/2020
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'Knight Sir Louis is an epic non-epic saga'
Stewart Lee, comedian

'A really funny book ... will appeal to anyone who likes adventures and laughing'
Philip Reeve

'What a hero! What a story! Sublime daftness on every page'
Jeremy Strong

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Charge into this hilarious and totally bonkers new series from BAFTA award-winning duo, The Brothers McLeod - perfect for fans of Wimpy Kid, Tom Gates and Mr Gum.

Knight Sir Louis is the bravest knight at King Burt's court. He has defeated hungry dragons, evil goblins and horrible wizards (but please nobody mention wasps, Knight Sir Louis is absolutely NOT afraid of them). Along with his trusty mechanical steed Clunkalot, and mystical sword (known as 'Dave'), Knight Sir Louis and his friends are sent to do battle with the Damsel of Distresse, who has been terrorizing the land.

But nothing is as it seems ...

Knight Sir Louis finds himself dealing with strong enchantments and powerful magic (as well as potatoes...) and the machinations of his soon to be arch-enemy-nemesis: the Stripy Knight.

(N.B. No potatoes were harmed in the writing of this book.)

Publisher: Guppy Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781913101282
Number of pages: 304
Dimensions: 188 x 129 x 12 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
What a hero! What a story! Sublime daftness on every page. * Jeremy Strong *
Knight Sir Louis is an epic non-epic saga * Stewart Lee, Comedian *
Probably the funniest book I've ever read. A masterclass in silliness! * Gary Northfield, author of Julius Zebra series *
This is a really funny book, and will appeal to anyone who likes adventures and laughing. * Phillip Reeve *
Dazzlingly silly and brilliant fun. * Matt Brown, author of Dreary Inkling series *
Beautifully illustrated fantasy adventure, brimming with ludicrous magic and fizzing with irresistible comedy. * Peter Lord, co-director of Aardman Productions *

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“Knight Sir Louis - my two love it!”

Both my seven and nine year olds adores this book - funny, great story and fantastic illustrations. To quote my nine year old, “this is a REALLY good book. I love the use of potatoes!” Not sure about the potato... More

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“Giggles, the endless giggles!”

My son could not literally put this down. I carried him up the stairs reading it! You don’t get many books with belly laughs and giggles but this hit the spot for my almost 7 year old...watching him just be absorbed... More

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“Giggles Galore, will never look at potatos in the same why again...”

My daughters (aged 3 and 5) and I thoroughly enjoyed Knight Sir Louis. From the way it plays with storying telling (certain chapters coming in the form of interviews, reports, songs and even an instruction manual!),... More

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