Sir Cassie to the Rescue

Sir Cassie to the Rescue By Linda Smith, Sir Cassie to the Rescue Cassie has just read a story about a knight rescuing a damsel in distress Now she wants to play She becomes Sir Cassie but no one wants to be the damsel Even her baby sister Amanda refuses to coopera
  • Title: Sir Cassie to the Rescue
  • Author: Linda Smith
  • ISBN: 9781551432434
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sir Cassie to the Rescue By Linda Smith, Cassie has just read a story about a knight rescuing a damsel in distress Now she wants to play She becomes Sir Cassie, but no one wants to be the damsel Even her baby sister Amanda refuses to cooperate Sir Cassie is resourceful, though, and everyone does get involved in the game, even Towser, the dog, who makes an amazing dragon And the queen serves up a royal feast
    Sir Cassie to the Rescue By Linda Smith,
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    About "Linda Smith"

    1. Linda Smith

      Born in Lethbridge, Alberta, on April 12, 1949, Linda grew up in Calgary, Alberta She obtained a B.A with Distinction from the University of Calgary in 1968, and then a Bachelor of Library Science degree from the University of Alberta in 1970 She worked as a children s librarian in Truro, Nova Scotia and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, where she was also manager of the Carlyle King Branch of Saskatoon Public Library From 1982 1984 she pursued a Master s Degree in Children s Literature from Simmons College in Boston, and it was there that she took a writing for children course from Nancy Bond Returning to Canada she became children s librarian at Grande Prairie Public Library in northern Alberta, and also began writing Her first book Windshifter was published in 1995 She wrote primarily for children and young adults, and her books benefited from her years of experience as a children s librarian and her love of children s literature She published two linked fantasy trilogies aimed at upper elementary and junior high readers, The Freyan Trilogy, and The Tales of Three Lands Trilogy, and wrote two books for younger readers a picture book,Sir Cassie to the Rescue, and a beginning chapter book called Kelly s Cabin In 2008 Coteau Press posthumously published another young adult novel The Broken Thread, which in 2010 won the Alberta Literary Award for children s literature In addition, several of her short stories were published in magazines such as On Spec, or read on CBC Radio s Alberta Anthology program.

    803 thoughts on “Sir Cassie to the Rescue”

    1. Overall, a little boring, but kind of fun and has a nice message When playing with her brother, Cassie wants to be the knight who does the rescuing not the wimpy damsel in distress who needs to be rescued Of course, neither of her siblings want to be the damsel either, and so we end up with a nice little story about playing together cooperatively.


    2. Sweet story about using your imagination to play and the negotiation that should go on when playing with others.


    3. pretend, reading, knights, medieval, reads book about knights pretends all afternoon with brother and sister


    4. Sweet story about using your imagination to play and the negotiation that should go on when playing with others.


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