Arthur Penhaligon doesn't expect to be a soldier - after all, he's the Rightful Heir, he wields the first three powerful Keys to the Kingdom, and he has a broken leg. But when he returns to the House, determined to defeat the Morrow Days, there's no escaping Sir Thursday's inexorable plan. Forced into the Glorious Army of the Architect, Arthur is drafted to serve for a hundred long years.
Back home, a Spirit Eater has stolen Arthur's place and is rapidly corrupting the minds of his family and friends. With Arthur gone, only Leaf can stop this sorcerous clone.
But will Leaf be in time? And how will Arthur find the next part of the Will, claim the fourth Key and defeat not only Sir Thursday but a marauding army of savage Nithlings?
Sir Thursday is the fourth thrilling book in the Keys to the Kingdom series.
Honestly I can't rave about this series enough!
This book is not, however, the best in the series. While it is really great to catch up with all the characters you have enjoyed in the previous books this one seems to have half the complexity and adventure as the first three. Having said that it is still a smashing good read! Just be aware that it is over very quickly and with little effort...
Great for kids and adults alike!
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This boxed edition of the best-selling Wonky Donkey story comes with a book and a cuddly plush toy - complete with wonky leg! In this very funny cumulative song, each page tells the reader something new about the donkey until it ends up as spunky, hanky-panky, cranky, stinky-dinky, lanky, honky-tonky, and winky-wonky!
The funny lyrics and Katz Cowley's hilarious illustrations will have children and older people alike in fits of laughter as they sing along. The song can be downloaded from iTunes.
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