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The Kings Ransom – by Cheryl Carpinello
At Pembroke Castle in medieval Wales,11-year-old Prince Gavin, 13-year-old orphan Philip, and 15-year-old blacksmith’s apprentice Bryan, brought together in friendship by the one they call The Wild Man, embark upon a quest to save The Wild Man’s life when he is accused of murder and robbery. If they have any hope of succeeding, the three will have to confront their fears and insecurities, and one of them will have to disclose the biggest secret of all. But it is the arrival of King Arthur and what he reveals that surprises characters and readers.
300_CLC_Seal_of_ApprovalChildren’s Literary Classics is pleased to announce that the children’s book, “Young Knights of the Round Table: The King’s Ransom”, written by Cheryl Carpinello, has been selected to receive the Children’s Literary Classics Seal of Approval. The CLC Seal of Approval is a designation reserved for those books which uphold the rigorous criteria set forth by the Children’s Literary Classics review committee, a team comprised of individuals with backgrounds in publishing, editing, writing, illustration and graphic design.
When youngsters, Gavin, Bryan and Philip join forces to clear the name of a friend who has been wrongly accused of murder and robbery, the three boys overcome numerous obstacles, including their own fears, to put matters straight.
This medieval story takes place in the fabled land of King Arthur and his royal knights. True to the legends of King Arthur, The King’s Ransom sets the stage for grand adventure and includes many of the core elements present in other Arthurian tales, including honor, loyalty and friendship. Cheryl Carpinello’s knowledge of medieval history is apparent in this timeless classic which is rich in historical realism and is as enlightening as it is entertaining.
Carpinello’s telling of this heroic tale is sure to introduce young and even reluctant readers to the joy of reading. “Young Knights of the Round Table: The King’s Ransom” is a literary treasure and earns the Literary Classics Seal of Approval.
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