Cheryl Carpinello has been invited to Manorbier Castle in Wales, one of the settings from her second middle grade/tween Arthurian tale Young Knights of the Round Table: The King’s Ransom, to visit with guests at the castle and talk about her book. Young Knights of the Round Table: The King’s Ransom is set in medieval Wales, and Carpinello and her husband will be visiting a number of settings from the book, including Manorbier Castle, Pembroke Castle, St. David’s Head, Cardigan Bay, and the town of Fishguard.
About the Book:
Three Friends. Three Quests. Three Mysterious Predictions.
At Pembroke Castle in medieval Wales,11-year-old Prince Gavin, 13-year-old orphan Philip, and 15-year-old blacksmith’s apprentice Bryan, brought together in friendship by the one they call The Wild Man, embark upon a quest to save The Wild Man’s life when he is accused of murder and robbery. If they have any hope of succeeding, the three will have to confront their fears and insecurities, and one of them will have to disclose the biggest secret of all. But it is the arrival of King Arthur and what he reveals that surprises characters and readers. To purchase, contact Cheryl Carpinello.