Castle Books

Children’s books about Castles, Knights, and Wizards

If you are fond of Harry Potter or just intersted in Castles, Wizards, Dungeons and more, try our numerous castle books.
castles-lCastle Book

Have you ever wondered what castles were really for? or what it was like to live inside one? In this book, you’ll discover who lived in castles, what they ate, where they slept and what they did for fun. You can even learn tactics for capturing or defending a castle and see a siege in action. Photographs combined with artwork and computer graphics take you inside the world of castles as never before.


castles-irCastles

Who lived in a castle and what was it like? In this book you’ll find the answers and lots more about the wonderful world of castles. Castles is an exciting series of books for children who are beginning to read on their own. The easy-to-read text has been specially written with the help of a reading expert.


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Wizard Things to Make and Do

Wander into the wonderful world of wizards in this magical activity book. By following the simple steps, you can create spellbinding wizards, enchanted castles, a bubbling cauldron and warty toads. You’ll also find out how to make magic wands and wizard hats, creepy cats and bouncing bats. With over 250 silvery stickers to add extra magic to everything you make.

 


sticker-dressing-knightsSticker Dolly Dressing – Knights

Boys everywhere will enjoy preparing the knights for battle, jousting tournaments and hunting in each historically accurate scene.


This is a small selection of our numerous titles. Also see our entire collection: click here

Preschool or Elementary Unit Study

Adventures in Knighthood Lesson Plan Ideas

Ideas for Knight and Castle Lesson Plans:

  • Week 1: About the Times
  • Week 2: Life Outside the Castle
  • Week 3: Life at a Manor
  • Week 4: Become a Paige and Explore the Castle
  • Week 5: The Feast
  • Week 6: Become a Squire & Learn About Chivalry
  • Week 7: Become a Knight
  • Week 8: The Tournament
  • Week 9: Build Your Castle
  • Week 10: Defend Your Castle
  • Skill set ideas:
    • History
    • Self-expression & interpersonal skills
    • Empathetic awareness
    • Visual-spatial skills
    • Creativity
    • Following directions
    • Good manners
    • Sequential thinking
    • Organizational skills
    • Deductive reasoning

    stories of knights and castlesStories of Knights and Castles

    In the magical realm of knights and castles, dragons come roaring from the sky, fair maidens fall under mysterious enchantments and giants terrorize entire towns.

    Only a brave knight, or perhaps a plucky princess, can save the day.



    knights-il-lKnights Internet Linked

    How can you have castles without the knights?

    Explore the fascinating history of knights.

    With this internet linked books, your child will find numerous resources to explore on the internet to learn even more about knights and castles.


    castle bookEnchanted Castle book

    Gerald, Cathy and Jimmy are out exploring when they discover an enchanted castle.

    Even better, they meet a princess who says she has a ring of invisibility. But how much is she making up – and how much is pure magic?

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