Knight Time could have turned out a good story about not judging others, and making friends, but too many unrealistic events happen in sequence. Both Little Knight and Little Dragon wake up scared and missing their fathers, so they wander away from their homes (neither is noticed leaving). In the forest they get lost, but the father of the other manages to find them, and for some reason mistakes them for their own son (they are not even the same species). Instead of fighting each other, the Knight and Dragon make up, becoming friends, just so their little boys will do the same (the misunderstanding is cleared up with no trouble). Everything is resolved too smoothly. The book is filled with flaps, textured layers, and two shiny lighting bolts (which are there for no apparent reason). While the art is of good quality, portraying a softly rounded look, it does little to make up for some of the book's shortcomings.
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