Sir Seth Thistlethwaite and the Soothsayer's Shoes

Sir Seth Thistlethwaite and the Soothsayer s Shoes The world of Seth Thistlethwaite is full of adventure that makes his everyday routine anything but Dreary dark dank castles Biting bushes of bumbleberries And a saber toothed sloth Seth is no ordina

  • Title: Sir Seth Thistlethwaite and the Soothsayer's Shoes
  • Author: Richard Thake Vince Chui
  • ISBN: 9781897349939
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • The world of Seth Thistlethwaite is full of adventure that makes his everyday routine anything but Dreary, dark, dank castles Biting bushes of bumbleberries And a saber toothed sloth Seth is no ordinary kid he is SIR Seth Thistlethwaite, and along with his best buddy, Sir Ollie Everghettz, he leads The Mighty Knights of Right and Honor Together, they embark onThe world of Seth Thistlethwaite is full of adventure that makes his everyday routine anything but Dreary, dark, dank castles Biting bushes of bumbleberries And a saber toothed sloth Seth is no ordinary kid he is SIR Seth Thistlethwaite, and along with his best buddy, Sir Ollie Everghettz, he leads The Mighty Knights of Right and Honor Together, they embark on adventures high and low, to and fro, day and night, or at least as long as weekends, curfews, and supper time will allow In the self created world of Thatchwych, they are gallant adventurers up to any task But can these errant young knights contend with the scheming Prince Quincy Poxley and collar his latest theft the Soothsayer s Shoes Will Seth, Ollie, and their horse who s really a dog named Shasta be able to resist the dangers of dog eating bog frogs, fire breathing bats, elephant ants, and invisible voices to save the day

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    1. Two boys imagine an adventure in the kingdoms of Thatchwych and High Dudgeon. Sir Seth and his buddy Sir Ollie go a-questing in their tinfoil armor to find the missing Soothsaying Shoes of Sir Shawn Shrood. They wend their way to the dark, lonely castle of Prince Quincy of Poxley with the help of saber-toothed sloth Edith-Anne and the ghost of Jolly King Wally. Can they brave the weezils and weevils and elephant ants with measles and worse? With the help of new friends, it’s easy-peasy! Publis [...]


    2. I rarely don't finish a book. As in it pretty much never happens. I have a compulsion about finishing books I've started, but this one well, I just couldn't do it. Which made me sad. It looked cute. I liked the premise: a boy and his friend dressing up like knights and going out on imaginary adventures.I gave it a good 30 pages or so - I really tried.One of the biggest problems I had was that it couldn't figure out what kind of book it was. It's set like an imaginary adventure, so the audience [...]


    3. This new series is aimed at boys 9-12 years old. It’s a chapter book that includes wonderful black and white illustrations to go along with the writing. While I was reading the book I found myself wanting to read some of the story out loud because there are many rhyming lines throughout. This would make a perfect book to read to younger kids as they will find interest in the rhyming and the creative characters as well.While aimed at boys, many girls will find an interest in this as well. I hav [...]


    4. Sir Seth provides a rambunctious romp through Thake's boyhood imagination. Full of alliteration and surprisingly rhyme-like prose, Sir Seth sets of on a quest to save the soothsayer's stolen shoes. In typical adventure style, he has a sideick and a horse and meets up with some unexpected allies as he battles the Enemy.I thought it was a fun read and am definitely going to try it as a read aloud with my seven year old son. I think he'll enjoy the playful language and have fun with the characters. [...]


    5. This is the adventure of Seth and Ollie, who become knights and set off to capture the magical soothsaying shoes that have been stolen by the "poxy Prince Quincy of Poxley." This book is great for young readers with its use of alliteration, rhyme, and simple vocabulary, all used to create a fun story of make-believe that kids will enjoy.


    6. This is a sometimes clever and entertaining adventure story for early readers. The language is sometimes a bit complex for the intended audience, but it will work well as a read-aloud and is perfect for any kid with a really vivid imagination.




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