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Stories of Knights & Castles

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In the magical realm of knights and castles, dragons come roaring from the sky, fair maidens fall under mysterious enchantments and giants terrorize entire towns. Only a brave knight, or perhaps a plucky princess, can save the day.
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published January 1st 2007 by Usborne Books (first published October 27th 2006)
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This collection of short stories tells snippets of the King Arthur legend. They are full of magic and knights, princesses, swordfights, castles, and valiant heroes. This is a wonderful collection for children who enjoy stories of castles and knights, but it is best for children who are slightly older. The stories are somewhat long, and they often mention violence/death.
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