Nick and the Nasty Knight

Nick and the Nasty Knight Everyone s afraid of the Nasty Knight Everyone Not quite Nick has had enough of slaving away for the rich knight and one day he runs away But what bad luck Deep in the woods he is captured by a gang

  • Title: Nick and the Nasty Knight
  • Author: Ute Krause
  • ISBN: 9780735840911
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Everyone s afraid of the Nasty Knight Everyone Not quite Nick has had enough of slaving away for the rich knight and one day he runs away But what bad luck Deep in the woods, he is captured by a gang of thieves And they are naturally delighted with their catch After all, robbers love a good kidnapping, but even so, they love gold Luckily, Nick knows just whereEveryone s afraid of the Nasty Knight Everyone Not quite Nick has had enough of slaving away for the rich knight and one day he runs away But what bad luck Deep in the woods, he is captured by a gang of thieves And they are naturally delighted with their catch After all, robbers love a good kidnapping, but even so, they love gold Luckily, Nick knows just where the Nasty Knight keeps his treasure.

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    1. Nick and the Nasty Knight (2012) Written and Illustrated by Ute KrauseThis picture book tells the story of Sir Nestor the Nasty, the meanest, rottenest, greediest knight that one can imagine. He has seven servants and one of those Nick, decides that it is time to escape the castle. After running into the woods, Nick gets attacked by robbers who convince him to run into the castle. Once Sir Nestor the Nasty Knight discovers them, something crazy happens and a magic coin turns the robbers and Sir [...]

    2. A run-of-the-mill story of a knight gone nasty and forcing people in his kingdom to work for him for little or no compensation. Nick, an unfortunate young man forced to work for the nasty knight, one day decides to leave. He has to sneak out in the middle of the night. To avoid being caught by guards on duty Nick hides himself in what he thinks to be a closet. The room actually turns out to be the nasty knights treasure room. Nick steals the shiniest gold coin and escapes out a window. He travel [...]

    3. Ute Krause has a knack for twisting fairy tale motifs and doing odd things. This one is fun, but a bit too weird in spots, and only has a resolution by complete accident.Young Nick is indentured to serve Sir Nestor the Nasty Knight because his mother owes Sir Nestor money. He eventually rebels against working from sunup to sundown, and decides to run away. He escapes, but from the frying pan into the fire, as he's captured by bandits who want to work him just as hard as the knight did. From that [...]

    4. The story is okay. The illustrations are the style I really like in fairytale/medieval stories: fanciful without being overstimulating and caricatured character faces.The premise of the story is full of possibilities. Unfortunately the author gets a little lost and turned around within those possibilities. Consequently, the story is unfocused and seems to switch plots halfway through.

    5. This book give a more realistic depiction of what life would have been like for a peasant and knight. It shows that knights were not necessarily glamorous heroes.

    6. a recognizable story with a predictable ending -- but, remember, these are stories for children who don't have our repertoire. the illustrations are a delight, even if you find the story hackneyed.

    7. Cute story about a nasty knight with a servant who has had enough and tries to escape but he runs into some robbers

    8. I kept flipping back to see if I had missed something. What? Why? But I promise you this, if you have a naked behind in a picture book, you will definitely catch a kid reader's eye :/

    9. A little inexplicable & random as a narrative, but it's nice to have a little bit longer story for experienced or older listeners.

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