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Men of Iron

by Howard Pyle

Men of Iron is juvenile coming of age work in which the author has the reader experience the medieval entry into knighthood through the eyes of a young squire, Myles Falworth. In Chapter 24 the knighthood ceremony...


KNIGHTS OF THE FAERY QUEEN - Their Quests and Adventures

by Edmund Spenser

This volume contains 39 stories of quests and adventures which the Knights of the Faery Queen undertake to prove their abilities and worthiness. Full of action and adventure, the quests the knights undertake...


LEGENDS & ROMANCES of BRITTANY - 162 Breton Myths and Legends

by Anon E. Mouse, Translated and Retold by Lewis Spence & Illustrated by W. Otway Cannell

Herein are 162 folk and fairy tales, customs and traditions  of Brittany, France compiled and retold by Lewis Spence. In this volume you will find legends of heroes and Saints, King Arthur, his sword Excalibur...


Knights vs. Dinosaurs

by Matt Phelan

An ALA Notable Title

“Absurdly entertaining. Victorious on all fronts.”—Booklist (starred review)

Renowned for their courage, their chivalry, and their ability to fight mythical creatures, the Knights of...


THE EARLY DAYS OF KING ARTHUR - An Arthurian Legend

by Anon E. Mouse & Narrated by Baba Indaba

ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 441

In this 441st issue of the Baba Indaba’s Children's Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the Turkish Fairy Tale – “The Early Days of King Arthur”

Here the story of how Arthur...


The Legend of Parzival

by Robin Cook

Enter the extraordinary world of Arthurian legend in an adventure overflowing with knightly chivalry, the danger of jousting and the warmth of true love. But the Legend of Parzival is more than the tale of one...


The Night Knights

by Gideon Sterer & Cory Godbey

Nighttime can be scary. Every bump, thump, or scratch could be a monster lurking under the bed or in a closet. But if that's the case, then why haven't we ever seen a monster? You might think that's because...


Merlin, Morgan Le Fay and the Magic of Camelot | Children's Arthurian Folk Tales

by Baby Professor

Arthur’s stories are filled with power, magic and a lot of love and responsibilities. You would love to read these stories to your children because of the lessons they provide. But since these books have been...


Lancelot: The Greatest Knight in Camelot | Children's Arthurian Folk Tales

by Baby Professor

Did you know that the Arthurian Folk Tales are some of the most well-known stories in the history of literature? And there’s good reason for that! You see, these stories consist of romance, adventures of King...


Tales of the Knights of The Round Table | Children's Arthurian Folk Tales

by Baby Professor

The Arthurian folk tales are some of the most popular series in the history of literature. They are interesting reads that consist of romance and adventure. They center mainly in the quests of King Arthur and...


The Myths, Monsters and Magic of Camelot | Children's Arthurian Folk Tales

by Baby Professor

The Arthurian Folk Tales used to have the power to unite a nation. They are stories of magic, bravery and selflessness in the face of evil. Today, these stories can be sources of inspiration and creativity....


The Sword in the Stone and Other Tales of Camelot | Children's Arthurian Folk Tales

by Baby Professor

While the Arthurian folk tales are mostly stories of friendships, this one is focused on the strength and spirit of King Arthur especially when he pulled the sword from the stone. Perfect as a bedtime story,...


The Lady of the Lake and Other Legends | Children's Arthurian Folk Tales

by Baby Professor

Why do kids have to study legends? Is there a place for these fictional stories in the classroom? Aside from the fact that legends reflect the local culture, beliefs and traditions, they also stimulate the creative...


Giants, Witches, Sorcerers and the Magic Sword | Children's Arthurian Folk Tales

by Baby Professor

In this educational story book, we're going to discuss some of the characters present in Arthurian folktales. Such folktales are reflective of how the early Europeans lived and thought. It is important to highlight...


Stories of the Once and Future King | Children's Arthurian Folk Tales

by Baby Professor

King Arthur is well known in folklore as a hero. He was a wise and brave king who defended his kingdom from all sorts of magic and evil. The stories of King Arthur have bonded together nations in mutual understanding...


The Selfless Squire Who United Britain | Children's Arthurian Folk Tales

by Baby Professor

Did you know that the Squire’s Tales are the Arthurian Folk Tales? These are beautiful stories that have united Britain in bringing hopes and in looking forward to the future of King Arthur. You see, stories...


Sir Galahad's Quest and Other Tales of the Knights of the Round Table | Children's Arthurian Folk Tales

by Baby Professor

Let us tell you a story of bravery and magic. The Arthurian Folk Tales contain many life lessons because they are more than just magic and good fate. They tell about pain, suffering and why goodness must always...


Stories of King Arthur

by Mary Macgregor

Queen Guinevere lay idly in bed dreaming beautiful dreams. The sunny morning hours were slipping away, but she was so happy in dreamland, that she did not remember that her little maid had called her long ago....


The Book of Dragons

by Edith Nesbit

Edith Nesbit’s The Book of Dragons is a classic collection of eight dragon-themed short stories first published in 1911. Nesbit is the author of The Railway Children.

This new digital edition of The Book of...


Door Into Faerie

by Edward Willett

In the climactic fifth book of The Shards of Excalibur series, Ariane, Wally, Flish and Rex Major are on a collision course, converging on the resting place of the final piece of the sword: the hilt, long ago...