Cardboard Box Adventures Chapter Books

The Sir Kaye the Boy Knight books by Don M. Winn are the story of Kaye, a twelve-year-old knight in the fictional medieval land of Knox. Learn how he is knighted and faces the strongest knight in the land in a tournament, finds a missing treasure and uncovers the secret behind the old king's death, searches for a missing tutor and foils a plot against Knox, and races to save his father's life. Each book is packed full of adventure, intrigue, and endearingly human characters who must solve their problems through their wits alone when their lives are on the line. Especially motivating is the friendship between Kaye and Reggie, who struggles with dyslexia, but learns that he is still of great value in the world. Click on a book cover to learn more or view the videos at the bottom of this page.

All the Sir Kaye books are available in softcover, hardcover, eBook and audio book format. A Sir Kaye Classroom Study Guide is also available. See the Resources page for more Sir Kaye learning activities. Contact CBA Publishing for information on bulk discounts (up to 40% off) on the Sir Kaye books.

Cover of the award-winning Sir Kaye the Boy Knight Book One: The Knighting of Sir Kaye by Don M. Winn. Click to learn more or purchase. Cover of the award-winning Sir Kaye the Boy Knight Book Two: The Lost Castle Treasure by Don M. Winn. Click to learn more or purchase. Cover of the award-winning Sir Kaye the Boy Knight Book Three: Legend of the Forest Beast by Don M. Winn. Click to learn more or purchase. Cover of the award-winning Sir Kaye the Boy Knight Book Four: The Eldridge Conspiracy by Don M. Winn. Click to learn more or purchase. Cover of the short children's novel Mystery of the White Knight by Don M. Winn. Click to learn more or purchase.

“Sir Kaye is a fantastic role model for kids.”

—The Wishing Shelf Book Awards

“Reggie, the ultimate best friend, who has heartbreaking struggles due to his dyslexia and upbringing, shows growth and self-awareness and amazing insight. Reggie is more of a hero than any knight in the stories.”

—Kristine Hall, librarian

“Books of adventure and challenge that still offer an emotional component are hard to come by for middle-grade readers—and even more so for middle-grade boys—yet Don M. Winn hits the mark dead center.”

—Patricia Reding for Readers' Favorite

“Fortitude, good will, and friendship triumph over pettiness in this enjoyable story.”

—Publishers Weekly