medieval

Astercote.

Lively's first children's novel; children investigate the secrets of a stone village now deep in the wood, destroyed since the Black Death.

$65.00

 

Knights Besieged.

Escaping from the medieval court of Sulieman the Wise, Geoff is recaptured by Turks, then freed by Knights Templar and taken in strict custody to Rhodes. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.

$24.00

 

Riddle of the Black Knight; tales and fables from the middle ages.

Lesser known stories from the Gesta Romanorum, giving a vivid picture of the European Middle Ages translated & vividly retold: Riddle of the Black Knight; ten Chests, Fool of God, Race with Rosamond; Strike There!; Three Gifts; and also six Fables.

$7.00

 

The Troubadour.

How Aubrey, knight of the Red Cross, travelling in the guise of a troubadour, plotted with 10 year old Marjolaine to retake the Ornac Castle from the evil baron. Accurate and relatively easy to read historical fiction, set in 13th c France.
Note: This Book Has Been Sold.

$8.00

 

Growing Up in 13th century England.

Centering on the lives of five families, this social history is full of detail.

$5.00

 

Lad with a Whistle.

Bob McFarland, a former wandering musician, becomes the guardian of two children of the nobility. Set in a romanticized early 19th c Scotland. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.

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$24.00

 

Merry Ever After.

Two medieval weddings of a noble and a peasant couple, told in bright paintings.

$4.01

 

Peregrine.

Lady Edith, escaping marriage to an odious knight, sets out with her nurse on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Almost at once, the pilgrims are waylaid in the king's forest by Rhiannon, a wild girl who will play a vital role in Edith's life. dw flap.

$5.00

 

The Door in the Wall.

A crippled boy in 14th C England proves his courage and wins the approval of the king. v

$4.00

 

Adam of the Road. Gray, Elizabeth Jane./Robert Lawson, ill, Viking, 1942, 1st

Adam of the Road.

Adam wanders the road of medieval England looking for his minstrel father. Newbery Medal. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

$275.00

 

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