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Martyn Beardsley

Martyn Beardsley

  • 5 stars across 27 books
Martyn Beardsley is the author of six "Sir Gadabout" books for Orion's Dolphin series, which were made into a series for Children's ITV a couple of years ago. He also recently had a ghost story called "The Bell Tower" published by Harcourt Educational. He lives in Beeston, near Nottingham, and is married with one daughter.
2nd March 2006

Sir Gadabout

Sir Gadabout is a walking disaster. Voted the "knight most likely to chop his own foot off in a fight", he shivers in hi... MoreSir Gadabout

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18th March 2004

Sir Gadabout Goes Overboard

Longbeard, a loathed and prickly pirate, and his cranky crew have been stirring up trouble in the English Channel. Lucki... MoreSir Gadabout Goes Overboard

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18th August 2005

Sir Gadabout goes Barking Mad

The Magic World Cup is on - and it's the talk of the town. Sir Gadabout is sent to escort Merlin - the reigning world c... MoreSir Gadabout goes Barking Mad

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7th August 2006

Sir Gadabout Goes to Knight School

When Sir Lancelot is called away from Knight School, Sir Gadabout becomes the teacher - even though he's the one who nee... MoreSir Gadabout Goes to Knight School

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1st January 2007

Sir Gadabout Out of Time

King Arthur desperately needs a haircut and because the royal barber is away, he foolishly accepts Sir Gads' offer to do... MoreSir Gadabout Out of Time

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7th August 2008

Sir Gadabout and the Camelot Calamity

Morag and Demelza, Sir Gadabout's old adversaries, have taken over the pet shop in Camelot village. They have adopted el... MoreSir Gadabout and the Camelot Calamity

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21st June 2001

Sir Gadabout Does His Best

Sir Gads, the Worst Knight in the World, is back with all his old friends - King Arthur and Queen Guinivere, Herbert his... MoreSir Gadabout Does His Best

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20th June 2002

Sir Gadabout and the Little Horror

Owing to a shortage of suitable knights, Sir Gadabout is entrusted with escorting one of King Arthur's children to Camel... MoreSir Gadabout and the Little Horror

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19th May 2005

Sir John Franklin

In the summer of 1820 Captain John Franklin set off with his men on an expedition to the North Pole on a ship. Since th... MoreSir John Franklin

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