This telling of Charlemagne's life is told through the view of one of Charlemagne's sons, Carl. The story gives a more personal insight into the family and private life of one of the most important people in founding the Holy Roman Empire. Through Carl's tale of struggling with the honor of being named his father's heir over the eldest son, Pepin, readers can find insight into the founding of Christendom. Barbara Willard, softcover, 183 pages.
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Review 1 for Son of Charlemagne, Living History Library
History comes alive!
Date:March 27, 2013
My son who is 10 enjoyed this book very much. It was required reading for his home school curriculum, but he couldn't read it fast enough. We all enjoyed it!
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Review 2 for Son of Charlemagne, Living History Library
This book was great.
Date:December 6, 2011
This book was a very informative book, yet it was writen in a way that makes you want to continue reading. It is about the son of Charlemagne, Carl, and his rise to the throne as his father prepares him to take on great responsibilities.