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THE VISIT TO THE KINGDOM OF CAMELOT

King Arthur ruled the land of Camelot with his trusted knights, including the handsome and brave Sir Lancelot. Lancelot had a brother by the name of Ellsworth who wasn’t quite as brave, but who was known for burping.

THE VISIT TO THE KINGDOM OF CAMELOT 2

A King should make sure that he has his mighty knights to help him runs his kingdom. But what if his strongest knights would be a great help to another realm?

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CAMELOT REVISITED

How would a king find his queen? Would an ordinary girl qualify for the throne? What if that normal girl would become powerful and be a savior of her king and his kingdom? Let us check on the story of an ordinary girl who proves her worth to the throne.

THE TRIALS OF THE CAVE PEOPLE

How would we live outside our homes? What would we do if we go back to the past and live with our ancestors? Would you be able to survive on their way of living?

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Publisher

Writers Apex

Books Genres

Fiction, Fantasy, Children’s book

Book Formats

Paperback, Kindle, and Hardcover

Bookstores

Amazon, Barnes&Noble, iUniverse, Waterstones

 

Book Reviews

-A Visit to the Kingdom of Camelot-

“Soon they were riding the bright, fresh air over the now-familiar mountains and across fields and fields of flowers.”

Michael Radon

The US Review of Books

– The Trials of the Cave People: And How Dragons Came to Be –

“Each night, the cave people, known as ‘Cavers’ lit a big fire in the centre of the cave to cook their supper. After supper, they gathered around the fire to talk about what happened in the day and tell stories”

Tracy Kelly

The US Review of Books

– A Visit to the Kingdom of Camelot – Series 1 –

“Girls were supposed to stay in the castle and mend socks and learn to cook and do girl things.”

Heather Brooks

The US Review of Books

-A Visit to the Kingdom of Camelot-

“The nasty dragon then threw back his head to send a great ball of fire at poor big fat Sir Burpsalot.”

Michael Radon

The US Review of Books

– The Trials of the Cave People: And How Dragons Came to Be –

“Groat went riding on Horse the next day to see what was out past the meadow.”

Barbara Bamberger Scott

The US Review of Books

– A Visit to the Kingdom of Camelot – Series 2 –

“A large flock of crows came out to meet them. They wanted to chase George the Dragon. Sir Burpsalot let go with a big burp and blew them out of the air.”

Mark Heisey

The US Review of Books

– Camelot Revisited –

“Finally, Merlin spoke. ‘I need a promise from you that you will not use the magic I will give you in bad ways.'”

Mihir Shah

The US Review of Books

the AUTHOR

Bob Greenwood


R. L. Greenwood is a retired sales representative who previously worked as a traffic safety consultant and publisher of weekly newspapers in Saskatchewan. He now lives in Salmon Arm, British Columbia, Canada, with his wife of fifty years, Peggy.

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