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Arthur, koning van alle tijden : de wereld van Koning Arthur en zijn ridders

Kevin Crossley-Holland (author), Peter Malone (illustrator)
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Arthur, koning van alle tijden : de wereld van Koning Arthur en zijn ridders

Target audience:
9-11 years and up
In deze verzameling legendes, anekdotes en historische feiten wordt de betoverende wereld van Koning Arthur en zijn ridders van de Ronde Tafel tot leven gewekt. Met fascinerende tekeningen van Peter Malone.
Subject
Arthurverhalen
Title
Arthur, koning van alle tijden : de wereld van Koning Arthur en zijn ridders / Kevin Crossley-Holland ; met ill. van Peter Malone
Author
Kevin Crossley-Holland
Illustrator
Peter Malone
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
The King was and will be. The world of King Arthur and ...
Publisher
Zeist: Christofoor, 1999
125 p : ill.
ISBN
9789062386710
Placing suggestion
829.72 (SISO) Over sprookjes en fantasiefiguren (ZIZO)

Availability in Flemish libraries

About Kevin Crossley-Holland

Kevin John William Crossley-Holland (born 7 February 1941) is an English translator, children's author and poet. His best known work is probably the Arthur trilogy (2000–2003), for which he won the Guardian Prize and other recognition.

Crossley-Holland won the annual Carnegie Medal for his 1985 novella Storm. For the 70th anniversary of the Medal in 2007 it was named one of the top ten winning works.

Life and career

Kevin Crossley-Holland was born in Mursley, north Buckinghamshire. He grew up in Whiteleaf, a village in the Chilterns. His father was Peter Crossley-Holland, a composer and ethnomusicologist; his mother was the potter and gallerist Joan Crossley-Holland (née Cowper). He attended Bryanston School in Dorset, followed by St Edmund Hall, Oxford, where after failing his first exams he discovered a passion for Anglo-Saxon literature. After graduating he became the Gregory…Read more on Wikipedia

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