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Dorling Kindersley Classics

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Ders will be enthralled by the fearless camaraderie and loyalty of the musketeers as they battle the forces of evil in 17th century France and England Historical and biographical information provides an illuminating context for this enduring tale.

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These classic stories retold for ages seven and up feature beautiful illustrations along with new photographs prints diagrams maps and in depth background information on the period setting and author An excellent introduction to these great legen.

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Ds and adult classic stories this innovative series is sure to be collected cherished and reread many timesThis retelling of Alexander Dumas' tale of swashbuckling adventure retains all the glamour romance and excitement of the original Young rea.


2 thoughts on “Dorling Kindersley Classics

  1. says:

    These books are CLASSICS for children I had a set of Black Beauty Oliver Twist and Heidi as a kid also Treasure Island and they came with an audiobook component that I was OBSESSED WITH I also had a Pirate of the Caribbean Read Along Tape I loved to listen to as well


  2. says:

    I like this book because it was a condensed version of the novelSummary When a young daring swordsman d’Artagnan travels to Paris seeking honor and fortune in the King’s Guard he uickly befriends the famed Musketeers Athos Porthos and Aramis Loyal servants of the Crown the four friends cross swords with street criminals face the legendary villain Cardinal Richelieu’s henchmen in duels to the death and save the honor of the ueen by unraveling deceitful schemes in a race against time It takes courage chivalry and skill to prevent the plots against them and attain victory at lastHow to use this book with students This book is geared towards 6th through 12th graders so in the higher grades you could compare the novel to this illustrated chapter book And in the lower grades you could use this book to introduce Alexandre Dumas’ book The Three Musketeers


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