These stories feature knights, but they will also be popular with fans of dragon tales. A craft project making dragon paperbag puppets works well with this storytime.
Aitken, Amy. RUBY, THE RED KNIGHT. A young girl named Ruby imagines that she is a member of the Knights of the Round Table.
DePaola, Tomie. THE KNIGHT AND THE DRAGON. A shy knight and equally nonconfrontational dragon must battle.
Emberley, Ed. KLIPPITY KLOP. Similar to Going On A Bear Hunt, this story encourages audience participation.
Hazen, Barbara Shook. THE KNIGHT WHO WAS AFRAID OF THE DARK. Sir Fred is afraid of the dark, which the castle bully tries to exploit to get even with Sir Fred.
O’Connor, Jane. SIR SMALL AND THE DRAGONFLY. In this easy reader, Sir Small must rescue Princess Teena from the Dragonfly.
Ziefert, Harriet. NIGHT, KNIGHT. Homonyms are the theme of this very easy book.
Also see the updated Knights storytime ideas page from September 2009.