Beaufils has lived in a remote cottage in the forest for seventeen years with only his mother. He has met no other people and now that she has passed on, Beaufils has decided to make his way to Camelot to find his father, one of King Arthur's knights. Here Gerald Morris plays his find hand offering the innocent young man one encounter after another in which he naively wins battles, discovers the Holy Grail and helps his new found friends to succeed in their quests. Innately good, Beaufils attracts and recognizes goodness as he goes and some life lessons are subtly woven into the adventurous pilgrimage. The Squire's Tales series continues. 270 pages Ages 8-12
The Quest of the Fair Unknown (The Squire's Tales)
Houghton Mifflin 2006
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