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The Legends of King Arthur: Tristan and Isolde

Tracey Mayhew Mr Philip Gooden

96 pages
Sweet Cherry Publishing Llc

Book 6 in the series of Arthurian legends - retold at an easy-to-read level for younger readers!

Sir Tristan leaves Camelot to defend Tintagel against an Irish invader. In doing so he receives a wound that can only be healed by going to Ireland himself. There he meets Isolde the Fair, doomed to become Tristan’s true love. ‘Doomed’ because not all love stories have a happy ending. Especially when poison and potions are involved. 

About the Tales from the Round Table series: 
Epic battles, thrilling quests and forbidden love combine in the medieval story of the boy who would be king. 
A retelling of the Arthurian legends, adapted and illustrated to introduce children aged 7+ to classic folklore. Great to share aloud, just like the original tales.

Author Bio

Tracey Mayhew is a full-time school teacher and part-time writer of fantasy, horror, rom-coms and children’s books. When she isn’t teaching or writing, she can be found spending time with friends and family, hiking in the British countryside and watching any number of TV shows and movies.