The Best Medieval Books for Kids
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Learning about Medieval times with picture books is a great way to introduce young kids to this historical topic. Who can resist finding out about kings and queens, and castles and knights, and even a dragon or two?
It’s never too early to introduce young students to the works of William Shakespeare. And Medieval history is full of adventure and intrigue–definitely the makings of a good story. This book list is a perfect accompaniment to a unit study or a field trip to a museum or a Shakespeare play. Enjoy!
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Our favorite Medieval books for kids
- The Clown of God
- The Apple and the Arrow
- A Medieval Feast (Reading Rainbow Books)
- Good Queen Bess : The Story of Elizabeth I of England
- William Shakespeare & the Globe (Trophy Picture Books (Paperback))
- Bard of Avon: The Story of William Shakespeare
- Ms. Frizzle’s Adventures: Medieval Castle
- Knights and Castles (Usborne First Reading. Level Four)
- Martin Luther: A Man Who Changed the World
- Saint George and the Dragon
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