Publisher description for Young Arthur / by Robert D. San Souci ; illustrated by Jamichael Henterly.
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To protect his life, Arthur, son of King Uther, was hidden from the court when still a baby. Growing up in Sir Ector's household, Arthur knew nothing of his noble birth. Then one day at a tournament, he forgot to bring a sword for his brother, Kay. Looking for a replacement, Arthur saw a strange sword plunged into a stone. From the moment he released the famous sword he assumed his destiny as the rightful King of England. But there were still battles to be fought, and with Merlin's help and the famous Excalibur at his side, Arthur established a reign of nobility, justice, and wisdom whose fame has lasted to the present day.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Arthurian romances Adaptations, Arthur, King Legends, Knights and knighthood Folklore, Folklore England