Arthur and the Sword Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-01-12 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 4 user ratings

" A faithful retelling of the Arthur legend with illustrations in a stained glass motif. " said.

" I got this book for free with my pop-up Christmas cards I ordered for the upcoming season. Oh yeah! " said.

" One of Robert Sabuda's gorgeously rendered "flat art" books. He never seems to use the same technique twice, so check out others like The Blizzard's Robe, Tutakhamen's Gift, and Saint Valentine. " said.

" the images (all stained glass) are gorgeous. I'm not a fan of telling kids that there are people who are above others and should be "worshiped" because of their noble birth... " said.

" The legend of Arthur, king of kings, and his conquering of Excalibur is presented in beautiful words and bold pictures. " said.

" This is a fine telling of Mallory’s Arthur legend, using Sabuda’s stained glass, especially appropriate for the crucial reveal in a church’s stained glass that the sword in the stone had appeared. There isn’t new ground here, but the telling through stained glass is a nice touch. " said.

" Not the best retelling I've ever encountered of Mallory's version of the Sword in the Stone story -- it felt a little flat -- but fine enough and with very attractive illustrations in the style of stained glass. " said.

" A faithful retelling of the Arthur legend with illustrations in a stained glass motif. " said.

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