King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table - Roger Lancelyn Green, Lotte Reiniger
A knight leaves King Arthur's court, meets another knight, gets insulted very quickly over nothing and chops off the other knight's head. Rinse, repeat. It wasn't until book 3 that things became more interesting and had more of a lively storyline to it. Cheers to the author for collecting all the old stories and no doubtedly putting a lot of effort into it, but I think, and especially for a children's book, he did a poor job in making it look adventurous. The whole thing was just monotonous from the start until the near end. I love reading stories about King Arthur and his Knights of the Round table, but this one just dissapointed me.

I still gave it 2 stars, because of the theme, the effort and well, there are way worse books out there.