King Arthur & the legends of Camelot

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Viking, Aug 1, 1993 - Juvenile Fiction - 171 pages
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The legends of King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table have been told and retold for more than 800 years. Now, new generations of readers will be drawn into the excitement of the Camelot tournaments and the mystical quest for the Holy Grail. 58 full-color paintings. 30 pen and ink illus.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Once again the great story is told: Merlin prophesies; Arthur pulls one sword from a stone and receives another from the Lady of the Lake; the knights disperse to seek the Grail; Arthur falls to ... Read full review

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Molly Perham has worked for many years as a writer and editor of books for children and young adults, and has written more than 40 books. Her previous titles include "King Arthur and the Legends of Camelot" and the "Mystery and Magic" series. She lives in Sevenoaks, Kent, England.

Heller studied art at the Chelsea College of Art and the Royal Academy in London. He has been illustrating children's books for over 25 years.

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