KING ARTHUR AND THE DRAGON OF CAMELOT

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Trafford Publishing, Nov 21, 2011 - Fiction - 240 pages
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Four children set off together one stormy December day on an imaginary quest to find King Arthur’s famous sword, Excalibur. They have no idea that they will end up lost and on the adventure of a lifetime. Led by the eldest, Timothy, the three other children—Diane, Mark, and Joan—are no strangers to excitement; even so, nothing could prepare them for the mysterious, secret castle hidden deep in the dark forest near home. The children’s imaginations could never have conjured the monstrous dragon living in the ruins of the castle. As they face a series of terrifying battles between the forces of good and evil, the children find themselves investigating a local mystery, discovering an ancient prophecy, and recognising the part each must play in the fight against evil—especially if they want to save others from danger. In this thrilling adventure into mythology and dreams, four children must rely on their strongest qualities— toughness, solidarity, tenderness, ingenuity, perseverance, and courage—in order to save the day. They will learn that every hero must play his or her part in the battle against evil.
 

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Contents

The legend in the library
1
Joanies dream
7
The rifle range
17
Strange stones
23
Can we find the author?
35
The legend of Crocern
41
Bettys secret
47
The sword
55
Dashed hopes
119
An Arthurian Maiden
127
Arthurs last battle
133
Mothers plan
141
The maidens return
149
No way in
157
Eorldormann dies
167
The dragon awakes
173

Strange adventures in Henley Forest
63
A lost world
67
The Guardians Chamber
73
The circle of magical thread
83
The painted dragon
89
Mark acts strangely
93
Taking up the challenge
101
Finding the sword
111
Caradon returns
181
Danger in the tunnels
185
The maidens of the lake
197
Outwitting the afanc
203
Betty disappears
211
Christmas comes to Crewkerne
219
Epilogue
223
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