Real knights are always honest. But when Sir Tim accidentally rips his cape, he tries to blame his friend Max. And when Mom leaves a strawberry shortcake on the table, he sneaks a bite. Keeping all these secrets begins to give Sir Tim a bellyache . . .
A sweet and recognizable book about keeping secrets. For honest knights ages 4 and up.
The third book in the Sir Tim series Tim is an ordinary boy, and like all ordinary boys, not everything always goes his way. Tim really wants to do well, but sometimes that's not possible. His innocence and unbridled energy sometimes get him in trouble. Except when Tim becomes Sir Tim, because knights can do anything. With his knight helmet on his head and his knight cape around his shoulders, suddenly Tim feels much more successful. Sir Tim doesn't worry about accidentally spilling his milk on the table anymore. And Sir Tim makes the most magnificent drawings. As Sir Tim, Tim feels like he can do anything. Knights run, climb, fly, and sometimes they fall, but they always get up and try again. And that's what Sir Tim does - especially when he has his dog Dragon by his side.Guided Reading Level J.