To my mind, there is only one book that gives an adequate flavour of The Canterbury Tales without all the rude, farty bits, and that's a very old book called A Taste of Chaucer by Anne Malcolmson.
|Now a rare book!|
Up until about three years ago, A Taste of Chaucer was available in paperback from Sonlight, but after the death of the author, it disappeared from the catalogue, and pretty much all affordable options dried up.
However, good news! The book is due to make another appearance, this time in ebook format, thanks to the generosity of Malcolmson's family.
|Knights dance at the news!|
The publication date is set for 10th of October, 2015. Sign up to the website for updates, and "like" the Facebook page.
In the meantime, the publishers are looking for homeschoolers to draw some pictures as illustrations of the new ebook. Details are here: http://www.atasteofchaucer.blogspot.co.uk/p/the-images-we-need.html
All styles, stages, ages and abilities are encouraged to enter -- the wider variety, the better. The only real limitation is that the pictures must be original and drawn in black and white.
|Enter now -- all winners get free copy of the book!|