In the thirteenth fantastical book from The Kingdom of Wrenly series, Prince Lucas and Clara learn about the legend of the Thirteenth Knight.
The elite band of knights known as the Spires are searching for a new hero to join their ranks. With only twelve knights on this team, the Spires open a competition to fulfill a mysterious prophecy. The winner of the Spires’ competition must show bravery, valor, wisdom, and heart. But finding the Thirteenth Knight might prove to be the Spires’ greatest challenge ever.
With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, The Kingdom of Wrenly chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.
The Thirteenth Knight The Horn of the Spires The snow-frosted peaks of Flatfrost sparkled in the midmorning sun. Prince Lucas watched his best friend, Clara, try to catch snowflakes on her tongue.
“You look ridiculous!” Lucas said, laughing.
Clara stuck her tongue out at the prince. “Who cares! I’m just glad it’s cold outside!”
Back home, the palace had been suffering from a terrible heat wave. Lucas and Clara were happy to have escaped. Prince Lucas’s pet dragon, on the other hand, was not. Ruskin was a red dragon and red dragons loved hot weather—the hotter the better.
In spite of hating the cold, Ruskin made the best sled chute ever with his fiery breath. The melted snow had frozen into a smooth, slippery half-pipe.
Jordan Quinn grew up in a fairy tale castle in England. It had a spiral stone staircase, a moat, and a dungeon. As a child she liked to play hide-and-go-seek and ride her beloved horse, Prince Charming. When she wasn’t riding, she wrote stories about fairies, trolls, dragons, and wizards. Today, Jordan lives on a ranch in California with her husband, son, and a golden retriever named Sir Toots-a-Lot.
Robert McPhillips has been involved in a wide variety of projects over the years—from illustrating greeting cards to animation, though he especially loves illustrating children’s books. Robert makes his home in North Devon, England, with his wife, Sam.