Wesco P McSnaffle lives in the shadow of his Troll-bashing father; Aximus Maximus, as well as his over-achieving older brothers. One day, Wesco's parents decide to lift the boy's spirits by sending him on a highly exaggerated Great Brave Quest...to pick up a loaf of bread. Wesco feels the need to make them proud, and so sets off for the market. On the way, an unfortunate conversation with an annoying, pea-loving Boggart named Peatfingers places Wesco on the wrong path, and before long he is off on an adventure his father would be proud of... The Great Brave Quest is the perfect book for a parent to read to their child at bedtime. It includes both dramatic and humorous use of language and type, and encompasses important subjects, such as friendship across the race divide. It is an epic tale of how having an open mind can take a reluctant hero halfway across the land and back...when all he went for was a loaf of bread.These parts, where even the cleverest Elf or bravest Dwarf would be scared, are home to the evil, the fearsome, the ugly, the ... They hired a Wizard, an old but powerful chap called Algernoon Starfoot, to cast a spell over the part of the forest anbsp;...
|Title||:||Wesco P. Mcsnaffle and the Great Brave Quest|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2008-07-15|