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For the Arthur legens, try the lovingly illustrated tales of Sir Gawain (facing the Green Knight, or meeting the Loathly Lady), retold by Selina Hastings and gorgeously painted by Juan Wijngaard.  
Or, try "Arthur, High King of Britain," by Michael Morpurgo, the same guy who gave us "Warhorse."  And finally, Katherine Paterson did a fine version of Parzival for younger readers: 'great reads all, these!

For those with an interest in wolves and wildlife...
Check out "Wolf Walking," by Edwin Daniels and interior artwork by Judi Rideout; it also has a good intro by famed wolf photographer Jim Brandenburg.  For good wolf background, try "Wolves," in the Untamed World series.  And for fun wolf-related activities, look into "Discovering Wolves," by Nancy Field and Corliss Karasov, with art by Cary Hunkel.

Praise for "Dreamers of the Grail:"

“The really interesting characterization is Geraldson’s treatment of the Grail knight Galahad.  (His) original contribution is to transform him into Lancelot’s illegitimate daughter…Geraldson wants us to embrace inclusivity… The author’s afterword on the history and sources is excellent.” - Fay Sampson, author of Daughter of Tintagel and Visions and Voyages: the Story of Celtic Spirituality

“(Geraldson) is a mind well worth knowing, with a broad and beautiful vision of the world beyond the merely visible.” “(Dreamers of the Grail) gives evidence of a broad, warm, loving creative spirit.” - Phyllis Ann Karr, author of The King Arthur Companion and Idylls of the Queen

Praise for "Packs:"

“An enjoyable read.” - Tom Meier, Wolf Biologist, Denali National Park

"Kizis has researched his subjects well." - Dr. Erich Klinghammer, Wolf Park, Indiana

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