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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

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10 thoughts on “Arthur of Albion

  1. says:

    I loved it It was fantastic.


  2. 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


  3. 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 stor...


  4. 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


  5. 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 wan


  6. 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


  7. says:

    I believe the hardback version is better, withpoetry, info, and the beautiful illustrations would be easier to see and enjoy They are lavish The tales are succinctly told As a whole, the story of King Arthur and his knights is sad and at times, non sensical This version includes some o...


  8. says:

    Barefoot Books has done it again John Matthews retells classic Arthurian lore in this comprehensive but fully digestible collection of tales and poems alongside some incredible artwork As always, you can find this and other Barefoot Books on my website.


  9. says:

    The text was a bit stilted, but the illustrations were absolutely exquisite Make sure you get the full size hard cover version The pictures are fewer harder to see in the paperback.


  10. says:

    A beautiful book with lovely illustrations and brilliant stories, it s meant for children and would be great for reading aloud to slightly older kids.


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