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Prince Valiant - Set of 7 MP3 Audio CDs

Prince Valiant - Set of 7 MP3 Audio CDs
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    Author: Harold Foster
    Format: MP3
    Publisher: Oasis Audio
    Series: Prince Valiant
    Ages: 8 to 12
    Size: 5½ X 4¾
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    The Prince Valiant series was first created in 1937 by Harold Foster as a comic strip series. For over 35 years (and 4000 comics), Prince Valiant, the daring hero, entertained young boys and girls across America. This series is filled with grand adventures and brave, daring characters.

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    Titles include:


    Prince Valiant in the Days of King Arthur

    When a brash youth is exiled to the shores of Britain, his daring and cunning soon mark him as a leader of men. Follow the early beginnings as young Val earns the right of Knighthood and becomes Prince Valiant, Knight of the Round Table!


    Prince Valiant Fights Attila the Hun

    Prince Valiant helps his father reclaim his throne in the kingdom of Thule, fights alongside King Arthur, and is made a knight of the Round Table in recompense for his bravery and wit. Bored by the peace he helped to create, Val decides to do battle with the Huns, whose forces are descending on Southern Europe.


    Prince Valiant on the Inland Sea

    With the Singing Sword at his side and a song on his lips Valiant sets out with Tristram, the Courteous, and Sir Gawain, The Amorous, on an expedition across the Gleaming expanse of the Inland Sea.


    Prince Valiant's Perilous Voyage

    This Title features one of Hal Foster’s patented epics, “The Long Voyage to Thule,” which chronicles Valiant’s return to his birthplace and reunion with his father. Also included are a series of shorter adventures including “The Seductress,” “The Call of the Sea,” and “The Jealous Cripple,” as well as the fan-favorite “The Winning of Aleta,” in which Val finally sets out to find his long-lost love.


    Prince Valiant and the Golden Princess

    This title concludes the epic tale “The Winning of Aleta.” This is followed by a sequence called “Matrimony,” which ends with a newly wed queen adjusting to the luxurious, exciting court life at Camelot. But Val’s marriage does not signal an end to his adventures, quite the contrary. In “War in the Forest,” Val is sent out to spy on encroaching Saxons — unknowingly aided by Aleta, who, disguised as a small knight (and dubbed “Sir Puny”) helps prevent disaster.


    Prince Valiant in the New World

    Valiant and Aleta journey to “The New World,” a 16-month epic that allows Foster to draw some of his spectacular native Canadian backgrounds, and during which Aleta gives birth to Arn. Most of the rest of the book is taken up with the action-packed “The Mad King,” during which Val, back at Camelot, confronts the evil, fat little King Tourien of Cornwall.


    Prince Valiant and the Three Challenges

    Valiant now enters the 1950s: The Thule winter is hard and bleak, and a prince who has designs on Aleta must be dealt with. Then it’s another epic-length story, “The Missionaries,” in which Val and several of his fellow knights and crew travel to Rome on a quest for teachers who might bring Christianity to Thule.