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by Jesse Labbé,Beth Kander

Author: Jesse Labbé,Beth Kander
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Pelican Publishing (September 2, 2010)
Pages: 40 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.9
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There once was a creature called Glubbery Gray who liked to eat knights

There once was a creature called Glubbery Gray who liked to eat knights. It just so happened that one day, the beast was captured by a band of eight colorful knights, who set about taking the beast back to the castle. Unfortunately, they don't know about Glubbery Gray's appetite. One by one, as the knights take their captive home, they begin to disappear. A group of knights journey to their castle with Glubbery Gray, the Knight-Eating Beast in tow. Each time they stop to celebrate their success in capturing the creature, another knight disappears. Suddenly no one wants to be at the end of the line.

Authors: Beth Kander and Bret Kenyon. Illustrator: Jesse Labbe.

Glubbery Gray, The Knight-Eating Beast" is a whimsical children's book from Eyevox Entertainment. ing and reading events, and more! Authors: Beth Kander and Bret Kenyon. Cover art and layout: Wade Acuff. Creative Direction: Opie Cooper.

Authors Beth Kander & Bret Kenyon will be signing "Glubbery Gray" as part of the Applause Series at the . Got to read "Glubbery Gray, The Knight Eating Beast" to a 2nd grade class at Madison Station Elementary today

Authors Beth Kander & Bret Kenyon will be signing "Glubbery Gray" as part of the Applause Series at the Eudora Welty Library in downtown Jackson, MS. Other. Got to read "Glubbery Gray, The Knight Eating Beast" to a 2nd grade class at Madison Station Elementary today

Start by marking Glubbery Gray, the Knight-Eating Beast as Want to Read . and older children like it for creative ways that Glubbery Gray eats one knight after another.

Start by marking Glubbery Gray, the Knight-Eating Beast as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. and the older kids in my audience had fun guessing which knight would be old gray's next victim.

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There once was a creature called Glubbery Gray who liked to eat knights. One by one, as the knights take their captive home, they begin to disappear

Beth Kander; Bret Kenyon; Jesse Labbe

Beth Kander; Bret Kenyon; Jesse Labbe. As a band of eight knights trek to their castle with Glubbery Gray, the Knight-Eating Beast, in tow, little do they realize that their captive has a taste for gallant gentlemen. It's not long before the knights begin to disappear, one by one, and the countdown begins. Hilarious, wacky, and a little bit ridiculous, this counting book with a twist features fanciful and vibrant cartoon illustrations, wickedly clever rhyming couplets, a snowball fight, a nap, a bath, a baker, a dragon on stilts, a pretty girl in a lake, eight entertaining knights, and one unforgettable beast.

of beasts with epic appetites As a band of eight knights trek to their castle with Glubbery Gray, the Knight-Eating Beast, in tow, little do they realize that their captive has a taste. Running Mates: Or, the Family Party.

More than an effective counting book. this is the book your 'funnest' babysitter reads to you " -Marcey Walsh, national math/science children's performance artist, Highly Contagious Education Beware of beasts with epic appetites As a band of eight knights trek to their castle with Glubbery Gray, the Knight-Eating Beast, in tow, little do they realize that their captive has a taste. for gallant gentlemen.

Beth Kander was named Best Jackson Writer by the Jackson Free Press in 2011 and 2009. Book: "Glubbery Gray, the Knight-Eating Beast. Louisiana: Pelican Publishing. Recent honors include Best Writer, "The Retirement Party," 48 Hour Film Project (City: Jackson; "The Retirement Party" also won Best Film and is continuing on to nationals) and the 2012 Charles M. Getchell New Play Award (SETC) for her new play "Scrambled.

This colorful, laughter-filled, rhyming counting tale tells of eight knights who have just captured the infamous "Knight-Eating Beast." As they lead him away, however, the line of knights becomes shorter and shorter, until the remaining knight figures out that traveling with a knight-eating beast might not be the smartest idea.