King Arthur and His Knights
'King Arthur and His Knights' Summary
King Arthur and His Knights is indeed a captivating read for children and makes a great read-aloud book for bedtime. For older children, it may perhaps spur them on to further research into this blend of fact and fiction, legend and myth, history and fable. The charming illustrations by Walter J. Enright add to the book's appeal for children.
Maude L Radford wrote several other books for young readers, among them Robin Hood and his Merry Men, Mother Hubbard's Wonderful Cupboard, Mother Goose and Her Friends, Peter-Peter, Adventures in the Old Woman's Shoe and many more, making her one of the best loved writers of children's books in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Though most of her works are forgotten today, her books are sure to capture childhood imagination and are told in a simple, easy to grasp style.
Maude L. Radford
Maude Radford Warren was a Canadian author of children's literature and short fiction. Warren was born in 1875 in Wolfe Island, Ontario. She was a war correspondent for the Saturday Evening Post. S...More on Maude L. Radford
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