a fragment or part of something
to express agreement or consent
a sharp, bitter, or stinging taste or smell
a small hill or incline
great physical or emotional suffering or pain
to become unsteady in movement; stumble
a wide bank of earth, built around a fort to help defend it
rude or surly; bad tempered
a long hallway; a passage into which rooms open
the region near or about a place
small bushes and trees growing near the forest floor
to signal or summon as by nodding or waving
to remain or continue in state of action
a withered, witch like old woman
passage behind the parapet of a castle wall
a narrow wall built along the outer edge of the wall walk to protect soldiers against attack
room for the service of beverages
a wooden bridge leading to a gateway, capable of being raised or lowered
a round tower built into a wall
a deep trench usually filled with water that surrounded a castle
protective wall at the top of a fortification, around the outer side of the wall-walk
vertical sliding wooden grille shod with iron suspended in front of a gateway designed to protect the gate
the area along the tops of the walls from which soldiers could defend the castle
a building for storing arms and military equipment
a small room adjoining a kitchen, in which dishwashing and other kitchen chores are done.
largest room in the keep
to appear dimly or vaguely
a sheath or case to hold a sword or blade
a formal statement of a fact, opinion, and judgement
a feather especially a large one
to hold back or stop
a loose garmet worn by men and women in ancient Rome and Greece
a movement to express or emphasize ideas, emotions, etc.
to search for or scavange for
The focus of the heviast part of
the paralysis of any muscles of the body
an official public order or law put forth by a ruler
to think about something a lot
take my leave
going to bed
able to take ridicule or being picked on
to throw away
Feeling or expressing anger
One who practiced in chemistry in the Middle Ages.
A person who works for another to learn a trade.
A pig's head.
Treasures or property taken from an enemy in war.
Lack of food in a place.
A boy or servant or attendant.
Stirring up strong feeling.
Very cruel or unjust government under one ruler.
Showing saddness of longing to do something.
Shriveled or dried up.
With great care or caution.
The upper edge of anything hollow.
Food that is pleasent in taste or smell.
Violent nosie or commotion of a mob or a crowd.
To put to sleep or rest.
After defeating Alastor, William had to defeat the guards who were loyal to him.
Calendar tells William how to use the necklace to reverce all of Alastor's spells and bring the people back from lead.
Tolliver is going to be the Silver Knight's page.
William teaches everyone that all the weapons you need to fight a battle are in your heart.
After defeating Alastor, William is transported back to his normal size back in the attic.
Calendar had sent the wizard back to William's castle after he was turned to lead.
William almost accidentally brings Alastor back to life.
Mrs.Phillips is going to stay small and go back to live with Sir Simon.
William was able to break the spell on the Silver Knight and the other lead people by _____.
thought the people would hate her for living with Alastor.
Calendar was upset because she _____.
the land came back to life.
The moment the wizard was defeated _____.
_____ went with William on his returning trip through the forest.
the Silver Knight.
Which of the following did William and Mrs.Phillips not bring back with them when they returned to normal size.
drop them in the ocean.
What was Mrs.Phillips going to do with the medals and the wizard?
Willian must go on a quest to save Mrs.Phillips and not only saves her, but the Silver Knight's kingdom as well.
What is the main conflict in this story and how is it resolved?