Arthur and the Golden Rope

Arthur and the Golden Rope

Book - 2016
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Imagine a vault so cavernous that it could contain all the world's greatest treasures and relics, from mummified remains of ancient monarchs to glistening swords brandished by legendary warriors. Who could be in charge of such a vault and how did he come into possession of such a unique collection? Who is Professor Brownstone?
Publisher: London : Flying Eye Books, 2016
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781911171034
Branch Call Number: FICTION Sta
Description: 51 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm


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AL_ALYX Apr 15, 2017

This is the first Brownstone's book I read and I was less than impressed. The images don't do much to propel the story forward, and I feel that children who would pick up this story based on size of book, would be deterred from the vocabulary. I found the story itself boring and unimaginative. Snore.

Ms_Gaye Mar 18, 2017

Arthur's adventures were always interesting but they turned dangerous after a monstrous black wolf put out the critically important fire in his small Icelandic town. Shaking, but undaunted, Arthur accepted his fate and saved the town by helping Thor capture the wolf. Colorful images, limited text, and tons of action make this a captivating Norse tale for ages 8-12.


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