Lively full-color illustration and brief text provide children with a glimpse into four different periods of history.
After being paralyzed by a sickness, Robin learns that there are more ways to serve the king than being a knight like his father.
As Bree and her brother Devin live through a winter in captivity in a Viking village in Norway, they learn lessons about freedom and trust.
Bree manages to escape from the Viking raiders who captured her, but can she stay free and make her way back to Ireland?
When Shan’s father disappears after a hunt with Shan’s uncle, Shan and his mother must flee the castle.
Roger and Alice must go for help for their sick mother, and Roger must conquer his fears in the process.
When the estate on which he has lived his entire life is sold to the local monastery, young Arnold escapes to Oxford to find freedom.
Even when he is outlawed and must flee Iceland, Rolf focuses on clearing his father’s name and regaining the family farm and home.
While they wait for Henry II to be released from Purgatory, Eleanor of Aquitaine, her mother-in-law, a knight and an abbot pass the time by telling stories from Eleanor’s life.
The Knights of the Round Table are introduced to young children through the simple, fun stories in this book.