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Sword in the Tree, The - E-Guide

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The Sword in the Tree unit study guide for literature, from a Christian perspective

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Eleven-year-old Shan, son of Lord Weldon, grows up studying to become a knight and great swordsman like his father. When a long lost uncle appears one night and begins to abuse his father's hospitality, Shan begins to worry. Everything changes when his father mysteriously disappears and his uncle takes over the castle. Shan hides his father's sword from his angry uncle and flees the castle with his mother. So begins Shan's quest to restore his heritage and claim to Weldon castle, taking his quest all the way to Camelot and the feet of King Arthur himself!

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Recommended Grade Level:
Arthurian, Medieval England
Study Guide Author:
Rebecca Gilleland
For the Book By:
Clyde Robert Bulla
Study Guide Page Count:
45 pages
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    The Sword in the Tree

    Posted by Diane P. on 30th Dec 2016

    The Sword in the Tree

  • 5
    Beautiful lesson guide with everything

    Posted by Lisa S. on 23rd Oct 2015

    Beautiful lesson guide with everything from comprehension questions to Bible verse comparisons to discussion questions. Thanks for providing more than I needed so that I could choose and adapt to the needs of my students. Instructor Lisa Stevenson