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eBook Pendragon Castle (Viking Kestrel Picture Books) download ISBN: 072265796X
Author: Keith Moseley
Publisher: Kestrel Books (1983)
Language: English
ePub: 1546 kb
Fb2: 1514 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Pendragon Castle is a ruin located in Mallerstang Dale, Cumbria, south of Kirkby Stephen, and close to the hamlet of Outhgill, at grid reference NY781025. It stands above a bend in the River Eden, overlooked by Wild Boar Fell to the south-west and Mallerstang Edge to the east. It is a grade I listed building.

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Bibliographic Details. Two children's fantasy play in a garden. Joint winner of CBCA Picture Book Award 1989. Exquisite illustrations. Publisher: Vilking Kestrel, Australia. Publication Date: 1988. Binding: Pictorial Boards. From School Library Journal

Describes the lives of a squire and a lady-in-waiting in a medieval English castle reputedly first built by the father of King Arthur. Four pop-up scenes of castle life unfold to form a panorama.
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I grew up with a copy of this book but technically it was my brothers and I coveted it. It is INTRICATLY detailed and folds out into four sections. It can be arranged so that it will stay open almost like a little play house with bits that will brace against each other and hold it open. Each time you look at each scene you will find new details, like the boy trying to stick his hand up through the trap door from the dungeon into the dining hall is trying desperately to grab a piece of dropped food. There are not that many moving parts - those that do are simple, a trap door opens, the horse nods, but the book itself is a BUILDING and a work of art. They used to sell this at the Chicago art museum and I always regretted not picking up a copy in the 90's when I had a chance, I'm SO glad I found one online.
I had had a copy of this book, back when it was first published, and I wanted it for a birthday gift for a child. I loved pop-up books as a kid, and this one was an even bigger hit with the adults (all of whom are medieval history enthusiasts) as the child! It's wonderfully detailed, and parents and kids can tell stories about the castle and its occupants. It could be turned into a 'dollhouse' if you used gaming figures for other occupants.