Doubleday, Feb 1, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
From the bestselling author of Young Guinevere. Merlin is a special child--a wonder child with the ability to look into the future and cast spells. This is the tale of his boyhood--a story filled with knights, dragons, kings, monsters, and all the magic that surrounds Merlin's life from the day he is born. "Handsomely designed".--School Library Journal.
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