The Legends of King Arthur: Tristan and Isolde (Paperback)
Book 6 in the series of Arthurian legends - retold at an easy-to-read level for younger readers
Sir Tristan leaves Camelot to defend Tintagel against an Irish invader. In doing so he receives a wound that can only be healed by going to Ireland himself. There he meets Isolde the Fair, doomed to become Tristan's true love. 'Doomed' because not all love stories have a happy ending. Especially when poison and potions are involved.
About the Tales from the Round Table series:
Epic battles, thrilling quests and forbidden love combine in the medieval story of the boy who would be king.
A retelling of the Arthurian legends, adapted and illustrated to introduce children aged 7+ to classic folklore. Great to share aloud, just like the original tales.