Britain has no king and everyone is fighting each other. Merlin the magician decides to hold a tournament to find a new king. Who will be able to pull the sword from the stone?
|Statement||by Karen Wallace and Neil Chapman|
|Series||Hopscotch adventures. Tales of King Arthur -- 1, Hopscotch adventures -- 1.|
|Contributions||Chapman, Neil, ill|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.W135 Sw 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||2011290230|
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Aug 27, · Carlos Buergos, the book’s “sword,” represents the violence that has for so very long been part of Latin America’s history, and the third and last leg, the stone, is typified by Xavier Author: John Greenya. This book is more lighthearted and joyous than the sections that follow in "The Once & Future King," which are available on Audible as "The Witch in the Wood" and "The Ill-Made Knight." Although this book and the others are meant to go together as an epic work, "The Sword in the Stone" can easily stand alone as an enjoyable novel in its own right. After reading Silver, Sword, and Stone by Marie Arana, I just had to sit down for a while and let it sink in, something I had to do many times throughout the book as well. I picked up this book because my fiance's family is Hispanic and I wanted to learn more about Latin America/5. About The Sword in the Stone “Learn. That is the only thing that never fails.”–Merlyn the Wizard Before there was a famous king named Arthur, there was a curious boy named Wart and a .