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Get Well, Good Knight


  • This is a royal treat to soothe any beginning reader’s blues and will inspire repeated readings.
    –School Library Journal
  • A plot summary does little justice to a book that goes beyond good narrative structure and simple words to create a tale that is always winning and frequently funny. The subject and the appealing ink-and-watercolor illustrations will attract young readers, but a great deal of the book’s charm lies in the telling. Excellent for young readers and for reading aloud to younger children who are intrigued by knights and dragons.


  • Bateman, Teresa. Farm Flu. Albert Whitman, 2001.
  • Cherry, Lynne. Who’s Sick Today? Dutton, 1988.
  • Loomis, Christine. One Cow Coughs: A Counting Book for the Sick and Miserable. Ticknor & Fields, 1994.
  • Nolen, Jerdine. Raising Dragons. Harcourt, 1998.
  • Rylant, Cynthia. Poppleton. Scholastic, 1997.
  • Sendak, Maurice. Chicken Soup with Rice. HarperCollins, 1962.
  • Thomas, Shelley Moore. A Cold Winter’s Good Night. Dutton, 2008.
  • Thomas, Shelley Moore. Good Night, Good Knight. Dutton, 2000.
  • Thomas, Shelley Moore. Happy Birthday, Good Knight. Dutton, 2006.
  • Thomas, Shelley Moore. Take Care, Good Knight. Dutton, 2006.
  • Wells, Rosemary. Felix Feels Better. Candlewick, 2001.
  • Yolen, Jane. How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon? Blue Sky/Scholastic, 2003.