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Arthur of Albion The Ultimate Book On King Arthur Combining The Best Known Stories About Arthur And His Court With Fascinating Research On Who Arthur Really Was And Where Camelot Was Built, And The Relationships Between The Main Characters In The Legends, This Magnificent Edition Has Been Designed And Illustrated To The Highest Standards


About the Author: John Matthews

John Matthews is an historian, folklorist and author He has been a full time writer since 1980 and has produced over ninety books on the Arthurian Legends and Grail Studies, as well as short stories and a volume of poetry He has devoted much of the past thirty years to the study of Arthurian Traditions and myth in general His best known and most widely read works are Pirates Carlton Atheneum , No 1 children s book on the New York Times Review best seller list for 22 weeks in 2006, The Grail, Quest for Eternal Life Thames Hudson, 1981 The Encyclopaedia of Celtic Wisdom Element, 1994 and The Winter Solstice Quest Books, 1999 which won the Benjamin Franklin Award for that year His book Celtic Warrior Chiefs was a New York Public Library recommended title for young people.



10 thoughts on “Arthur of Albion

  1. says:

    John Matthews is a well known Arthurian scholar, with many publications on the legendary king to his name Pavel Tatarnikov is an artist from Belarus Together they have created a beautiful introduction to the myths of King Arthur, aimed at children but suitable for anyone.One must remember that this is merely an overview book, and not designed to be a detailed re tell


  2. says:

    Arthur of Albion A retelling of the Arthurian Legend by John Matthews.This gave me a much needed recap, very brief and superficial but like still potent, about the much loved Arthurian legend Spanning over 130 pages with landscape illustrations at regular intervals with Merlin, Lancelot, Arthur and the adventures of the Knights of the round table depicted are a pleasure to


  3. says:

    I loved it It was fantastic.


  4. says:

    This made it into the real aloud pile and managed to supplant the greatly loved and often read D Aullaires Norse Myths Did not hurt that we watched The Sword in the Stone Disney video and a Ted Ed video about the Arthur legends before we dug into this The stories are abridged, and the prose is understandable for a child, but these are not modernized or expurgated versions of the stori


  5. says:

    Beautiful, thoughtful, and great for a middle reader I appreciated Matthews care for including the many women of the Arthurian mythos not merely as props to the stories of the male figures but as characters with motivations in their own right Super medieval, though, very much describing the romances of Arthur and the Matter of Britain.


  6. says:

    A quick read after a somewhat tiring day and week I always enjoy reading about Arthur and his knights of the Round Table, and this was no different Although written for children, so the events succeed each other quite quickly, there were enough new elements in each story to keep me guessing and interested.


  7. says:

    I would recommend for slightly younger readers Interesting stories and I enjoyed the format Most of the book is stories told before dinner in Arthur s court.


  8. says:

    So great.Arthurian legend is awesome to me, I just love it This book is a gorgeous sort of story book that does a great job of telling many of the main stories from Arthurian legend in a brief but highly informative way I liked the format a lot because it would have 2 pages of brief descriptions of smaller things like Argante or Merlin s prophecies or the Round Table and then the next maybe 10 pages would ju


  9. says:

    Reason for Reading I love the old Arthurian Tales of Camelot and the Knights of the Round Table Which this book is FYI, I m not so fond of modern retellings, only if they involve Arthur as a boy or focus on Merlin as the main character.This book was published a couple years ago in an oversized picture book format which I am sure is simply breath taking and would be the edition you would want if you want to read th


  10. says:

    I read this book with my son who enjoys King Arthur legends The book s format alternates b t descriptions of the elements of different lengands, such as small write ups of thefamous knight or other characters, and the actual legends.The pictures in the book are magnificent and their style fits the legends perfectly The stories were a little tough for my five year old to understand and required a lot of explaining so it


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