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By: R L Fidler

Camelot Tales

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Camelot Tales is a collection of short poems set in King Arthur’s court. The tales explore the myths and legends surrounding King Arthur, Sir Gawain, Owain, Merlin and Morgan Le Fay.

This selection of short tales is perfectly adapted to allow children to enjoy poetry while learning about the myths, legends and adventures of the Knights of the Round Table.

Each tale is based on the relationship of a mother and her inquisitive son and recounted by her. Beautifully written and based on the original writings, they are designed to be read in succession over a period of time or one after the other. It is the perfect format for a bedtime story from a parent, family member or guardian or for children to explore the art of rhyme in poems whilst keeping the knight’s adventures alive.

The moral messages included at the end of some of the tales are a wonderful way for the audience and reader to explore right and wrong and will give the young person some advice and guidance as they go through their lives.

R L Fidler was born in Liverpool and currently lives with her family in the north of England. As a child, her father used to write his own poems to amuse her and her brother, and her love of words and creative use of the English language grew from there. Still an avid reader and fan of poetry, she speaks three languages and writes in her spare time.

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