ARTHUR HIGH KING OF BRITAIN
by Michael Morpurgo
Illustrated by Michael Foreman
Published by Pavilion Books Ltd.. 1st. 1998
Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Glazed pictorial boards. Colour illustrations. 143 pages.
Bumping to spine and corners. Price-cut dustwrapper is edge rubbed. Some light scratch marks to rear panel. Remains of a label to bottom of front panel.
Stock no. 1407071
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- A retelling of the great story of King Arthur which begins in our own century when a half-drowned boy regains consciousness in a sea-cave. The white bearded man who saves him introduces himself as Arthur Pendragon, High King of Britain. As the boy recovers Arthur tells the story of his remarkable life from pulling the sword from the stone, claiming his birthright as King, to his first meeting with Merlin and his struggle to rescue the country from the grip of Saxon invaders. Arthur also recounts the heroic deeds of Sir Lancelot, Sir Percivale and Sir Gawain.