Arthur and the Golden Rope


Arthur has always explored the forest and collected seemingly meaningless treasures. The villagers think he’s small, pathetic and meddling. When Fenrir, wolf son of Loki rob his village of fire, he is the only villager left unharmed. His abilities to collect the obscure and wonderful are called to a most demanding test. Arthur is to follow the directions of Thor, Viking God, in order to capture Fenrir, and return fire to the village. Arthur is small and insignificant; is he up to this quest?

Arthur and the Golden Rope‘ is a gripping adventure story. The pictures and text are sharp, clear and meaningful. This is storytelling at its most rewarding and captivating.

Arthur and the Golden Rope‘ is an inspiring, high quality, rooted in Norse mythology story, ripe for reading, sharing and treasuring.


Brownstone’s Mythical Collection

Arthur and the Golden Rope

Joe Todd Stanton

(Flying Eye Books)

This is the tale of Arthur, the unlikeliest of heroes‘. So begins the story of Arthur and the Golden Rope. It seems as though Arthur has followed his own path. He listens to Atrix’s stories, adventures in the forest, learnis old Icelandic traditions. Therefore, when Fenrir robs his village of fire, Arthur is the only one who can help. Can Arthur follow the directions of the Viking god Thor to defeat Fenrir and return fire and life to his hometown?
Arthur and the Golden Rope is a captivating adventure story brilliantly told in graphic novel form. Furthermore, it is part of a superb series, including The Secret of Black Rock and Marcy and the Riddle of the Sphinx.It seems that Joe Todd Stanton’s revival of traditional stories in graphic form have brought them to spectacular life. Bookwagon is proud to recommend Arthur and the Golden Rope to readers of all ages.

Award winning title – North Somerset Teachers’ Award.


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