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The much-loved legend of King Arthur is brought to life in this stunningly illustrated collection, featuring stories including The Sword in the Stone, Excalibur and The Last Battle. Legendary characters such as Lancelot, Guinevere, Merlin and more are brought to life in stories specially retold for children.

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This is a bibliography of works about King Arthur, his related world, family, friends or enemies. This bibliography includes works that are notable or are by notable authors. De Excidio et Conquestu Britanniae by Gildas, mentions the Battle of Mons Badonicus, but famously neglects to mention Arthur. Historia Britonum attributed to Nennius. Annales Cambriae, Anonymous. Preiddeu Annwfn attributed to Taliesin.

In the first book, "The Book of King Arthur," Pyle relates how a young King Arthur wins the throne by pulling the sword from the stone, wins the magical sword Excalibur by following the instructions of the Lady of the Lake, and wins the heart of Lady Guinevere. In the second book, "The Book of Three Worthies," the stories of Merlin, Sir Pellias, and Sir Gawaine are told.

The story of King Arthur has grown and changed over the years. One of the first books to mention Arthur was written in the year 830 by a monk named Nennius. Arthur’s father was Uther Pendragon, the king of Britain. Nennius wrote a book called the History of the Britons (Historia Brittonum), and in it, he mentions that a king named Arthur commanded a number of battles. Nennius even lists these battles that he claimed were led by Arthur. He was a good king and for most of his reign, the country was at peace, but Uther was worried because he didn’t have a child to take over his reign.