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Thu, 19 Mar 2009
Here is a story from the web site of Magic Keys, it is very, very good and is written and illustrated by Carol Moore


A Children's Book

THE LITTLEST KNIGHT

                          Written and Illustrated by Carol Moore
Once upon a time long ago, even before the days of King Arthur, there lived a blacksmith only three feet tall. He was so short that he needed a stool to stand on to shoe the great steeds of the knights. This bothered him not a bit because although he was small he was very brave. In fact, in his heart he secretly longed to become a knight and win the hand of the Princess.
The Princess was the King and Queen's only child and it should come as no surprise that the little blacksmith loved her very much for she was both kind and beautiful. She was even smaller than he, and had dancing eyes and long silken hair which she wore in a coiled braid. But, alas, the little blacksmith could admire the Princess only from afar because she was, after all, a princess and he but a lowly blacksmith--not even that tall.




One day a terrible dragon came to the kingdom. Breathing fire on anyone who crossed its path, it trampled houses and burned fields. Many knights battled the dragon but their swords



could not cut its thick scales. Each night it flew home to its cave in the mountains surrounded by a deep ravine.
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