Knights in Shining Armor

Robert Sabuda
In this retelling which features stained glass illustrations, young Arthur proves himself to be the rightful heir to the throne by being the only one able to pull the sword from the steel anvil. J398.22 Sa
Christopher Gravett
Discusses the age of knighthood, covering such aspects as arms, armor, training, ceremonies, tournaments, the code of chivalry, and the Crusades. J940.1 Gr
Edward Eager
Four cousins, Roger, Ann, Eliza, and Jack, have an extraordinary summer when, after an old toy soldier comes to life, they find themselves transported back to the days of Robin Hood and Ivanhoe. J Fic Eag
Jon Scieszka
Joe receives a magic book for his birthday present from his uncle. Joe, Fred and Sam are transported to a time when evil knights, fire-breathing dragons and vile-smelling giants roamed the land. J Fic Sci
Hudson Talbot
Lancelot is welcomed into the court of King Arthur as a valiant fighter and later rescues Queen Guinevere, fights the tournament at Astolat, and pursues other adventures. J398.22 Ta
Margaret Hodges
Retells the segment from Spenser's The Faerie Queene, in which George, the Red Cross Knight, slays the dreadful dragon. J398.094 Ho
Patrick O'Brien
Traces James's journey during the Middle Ages in England from inexperienced page at the age of seven to knighthood at the age of twenty-one. J Fic Obr
Gerald Morris
In medieval England, fourteen-year-old Terence finds his tranquil existence suddenly changed when he becomes the squire of the young Gawain of Orkney and accompanies him on a long quest, proving Gawain's worth as a knight and revealing an important secret about his own true identity. First in a series of tales set in the world of knights and adventure. J Fic Mor
T.H. White
A classic retelling of the Arthurian legend. J Fic Whi
Jan Adkins
"Forget jousts and quests and dragons, a real knight had real work to do, lots of mouths to feed, and trouble could ride over the hill at any moment. Castles were dark, armor was uncomfortable, and jousts and tournaments (not to mention real battles) were dangerous, and expensive." Barnes & Noble J940.1 Ad