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Gnomes and Knights

A collection of short stories both whimsical and heroic

Publisher: Independently Published
Year of Publication: 2021
Book type: Short Story Collection
Age: Early Readers (5-7)
Genre: Childrens
Sub Genre: Adventure · Fantasy · Humour · Low Fantasy · Mythical · Mythical Creatures · Mythology · Outdoors
Language: English
POV: Third-person
Tense: Past
Key Phrases: adventure fantasy · books with dragons · books with magic · children’s fantasy · Gnomes · Rhyming
“This is a fun, light-hearted adventure that can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike! The rhymes are great, and it isn’t overly long or short. Just the right pace and humor. I would recommend to anyone with kids.”
– Seth Hobbs – Goodreads
Rhyming, whimsy, and adventures

Gnomes and Knights is a book in two parts. Gnomes is a whimsical collection of short stories about Fredrick Jerome Kopillus Gnome and the beautiful garden he calls his home. He’s a magical critter who lives in Gertie’s garden along with the other denizens, including a mole, a squirrel and a very sassy ant queen. Fred and his friends get up to all sorts of adventures and shenanigans while protecting the garden and venturing into the surrounding areas, like the garden of Gary Gremlin and the forest beyond the fence. With rhyming and magic and whimsy, Gnomes will have you spellbound with delight!

Knights is the second part of the book, a tale of a nervous squire becoming an initiate of the Knight’s Order and venturing out on a quest to fulfill his dream and his duty of serving his king. At the behest of his king, he sets out to aid the kingdom of Kyrbor in combatting the evil they face. Through cleverness, leadership and courage, Nathan the Knight overcomes obstacles and becomes more confident as he gains allies, helps those he meets along the way, and ultimately faces the cause of the problem head on.

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