King Arthur: Excalibur Unsheathed [An English Legend] by Jeff LimkeKing Arthur: Excalibur Unsheathed [An English Legend] by Jeff Limke

King Arthur: Excalibur Unsheathed [An English Legend]

byJeff Limke

Paperback | August 1, 2007

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Young Arthur spends his days toiling as a squire--feeding the horses and hauling his big brother's armor. Around him, England is in turmoil, left without a king. But all that changes in one day, with one pull on the mysterious sword in the stone. Guided by Merlin the Magician, Arthur takes his place as the rightful heir to England's throne. He receives the sword Excalibur and wins the loyalty of the Knights of the Round Table. But can the young king win peace and freedom for England?

Jeff Limke was born and raised in the wilds of North Dakota. He has spent many a year teaching stories and writing. Jeff now teaches less and tries to write more, which sometimes happens. Thomas Yeates grew up in Sacramento, northern California. He attended college in Utah, Sacramento, the Joe Kubert School in New Jersey. Since the...
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Title:King Arthur: Excalibur Unsheathed [An English Legend]Format:PaperbackDimensions:48 pages, 9.25 × 6.38 × 0.13 inPublished:August 1, 2007Publisher:Lerner Publishing GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0822564831

ISBN - 13:9780822564836

Appropriate for ages: 9

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"Along with 'celebrity' heroes like Hercules and King Arthur, these mythology-based titles delve into less obvious areas, focusing on figures such as Atalanta, Ali Baba, Isis and Osiris, and Sunjata, a warrior king of Mali. This mythological series is among the most varied and mixes fast-paced storytelling with pertinent historical facts, further reading lists, glossaries, maps, and pronunciation guides. A fun, inviting way to introduce students to the beliefs and histories of other cultures." --Book Links