Castles - topic books for KS1 and KS2 | The School Reading ListHave superheroes in capes replaced them? So far I have not found any knight books featuring people of color! I realize the traditional knights, castles, and dragons come from a European historical background, but I still wish there was more going on in this topic. Enjoy, and please leave any suggestions in the comments, especially for diversifying our reading list! New to my blog? My book posts all use affiliate links, but check your local library too! Knight Night by Owen Davey.
Books About Knights, Princesses, Dragons and Castles
Medieval knights, princesses, dragons and castles can be a fun theme to explore with you child or class. There are great fictional stories that will lead to facts about this era. We have created a list that includes fictional books for each topic and a non-fiction book that you can use to dig deeper. Whether you have a little or big reader, boy, girl or both this book list about knights, princesses, dragons and castles has something for everyone. The best way to encourage a love of reading is to provide kids with many opportunities to engage with a wide variety of books that are of interest to them. We want to make it easy for you to find great books your kids will love.
These reading suggestions contain a range of books suitable for primary aged children aged in KS1 and KS2. To see the latest price, click or hover over the book cover image. What Were Castles for? This page was first published on Sep 23, and last updated on Jul 25, am. Why not have a look at our suggested reading lists for children aged ? For even more topic books about castles, dragons and knights, see this list. See Inside Castles by Katie Daynes.
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We love knights! I am so thankful that my son is interested in knights because not only are there lots of story books about them, there are fantastic non fiction choices too. Small Knight and George by Ronda Armitage is a gem! This story is funny, cute and a great message about not being what we think we should be but rather who we truly are. Small Knight is not so sure about being, brave and fighting but he does know how to make a friend. When he sets out to slay a dragon he ends up befriending one. A great book for all kids.