Middle Ages

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.
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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.



The Magic Wall.

Adapted from a tale about King Frederick in medieval Austria, illustrated in black, pink, yellow, and green. SIGNED with long affectionate inscription from author "to my friend who inspired me.."



Merry Ever After.

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




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.



The Door in the Wall.

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



Adam of the Road by Gray.

Adam of the Road.

Adam searches far and wide for his minstrel father and his dog. A fresh and colourful picture of the road in 13th c. England with full page illustrations by Lawson introducing each chapter; a pictorial map of Adam's wanderings on eps. Please note: THIS BOOK IS SOLD.



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