About the Book
Lord Tempesto is a snake in every sense. As a human, he is slimy, deceitful, and manipulative, but when he’s denied what he wants, he transforms into a gigantic, powerful snake. He wants nothing more than to rule the kingdom for himself, and he’ll stop at nothing to get what he wants.
Princess Melina dreams of marrying a knight in shining armor so she can rule her father’s kingdom someday. But when monster Lord Tempesto captures her and threatens to destroy her beloved kingdom if she doesn’t marry him, she has no choice but to submit to the hideous monster’s demands.
James, the son of a knight, hears about Princess Melina’s plight and sets out on the long journey to rescue her. But his own skills aren’t enough to win the fight against such a ruthless monster with strong, sinewy arms, and it takes teamwork between the captive and her rescuer to save the kingdom from the monster for good.
The Knight in Battered Armor shows children of all ages the importance of doing what is right no matter what and not being afraid to protect what is most important.
About the Author
Raised on a steady diet of rich fiction, novelist Brianna Tibbetts has been writing exciting, speculative worlds as long as she can remember. Currently based in the Pacific Northwest, she reads voraciously and writes extensively. In everything from short stories to series, Brianna demonstrates her passion for lively stories infused with faith. In addition to writing, her other superpowers include being ginger and yarn crafting. When she isn’t spending time in her own creations, she loves indulging in the fictional worlds of others.
The Knight in Battered Armor by Brianna Tibbetts and illustrated by Liz Stockton is a fun and fairytale-like story that young readers will thoroughly enjoy. The pictures are simple, but bright and colorful, bringing to life the story of a knight on a quest to save a princess. This story teaches children about always doing what is right now matter what in an entertaining and fun format. This is an excellent books for parents to use as a teaching tool too. Young readers will be sure to enjoy the turn of every page in this delightful story.
Genre: children’s, historical, fairytale
Publisher: Redemption Press
Publication date: March 19, 2019
Number of pages: 58
A review copy of this book was provided by JustRead Publicity Tours. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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