Nothing, it seems, can harm the valiant Lancelot. The most brilliant warrior to join the Knights of the Round Table, he vanquishes beasts and villains at every turn. But Lancelot's own pride and conflicts of loyalty threaten to destroy the hero, whose passion and instincts are the source of his greatest strength and gravest danger. In this fourth volume of the Tales of King Arthur picture-book series, Hudson Talbott's dramatic vision sends readers on an unforgettable adventure.
About the Author
Hudson Talbott illustrated Show Way (by Jacqueline Woodson), a Newbery Honor book, and Leonardo's Horse (by Jean Fritz), which was an ALA Notable Book and a VOYA Honor Book. He lives in New York City and Leeds, New York, in the Hudson Valley.