Medieval Storyteller's Invocation The Welsh Bards and their Ancient Celtic Stories Peredur The Lady of the Fountain Marie de France and her Breton Lays The Lay of Sir Lanval Chretien de Troyes and his French Verse-Romances The Knight of the Cart Sir Thomas Malory and his English Prose-Romances The Story of Sir Gareth
Isabel Wyatt was born in England in 1901. She spent many years teaching young children and was then, until her retirement in 1965, co-director of studies at Hawkwood College in Gloucestershire. She compiled many books for children, including The Seven-Year-Old Wonder Book, The Eight-Year-Old Legend Book, Homer's Odyssey, King Beetle-Tamer, The Book of Fairy Princes and Norse Hero Tales. She died in 1992.
'Wyatt's knack for addressing a young audience is exceptional. She tells the great legends with a simple tone but manages to maintain the wide-eyed awe for these stories that any storyteller must have in order to hold an audience in thrall. Legends of King Arthur is one of those rare books that remain fresh and memorable for generations.' -- Curled Up with a Good Kid's Book, February 2012