King Arthur And The Knights Of The Round Table
Thomas Malory, Sir
Modern Pub, Jul 30, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 189 pages
From the moment that young Arthur removes a sword embedded in a stone, his future as the king of Britain is sealed. He gathers around him the most brave knights to form the Round Table, and together they bring justice to the and. From defeating dangerous opponents to searching for the Holy Grail, King Arthur courageously takes on every challenge ...
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Great book I must say. Like it I do. LOL maybe YOU should talk like Yoda next time!
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