The story of Rainolf, a Frankish boy, laid during the time of Charlemagne when his rule over Western Europe spurred the Carolingian Renaissance. The story provides insight into boy life in the royal court. Also, given are details about everyday life in the kingdom especially around the work of scribes and the preservation of books and the written word.
First published in 1917, this edition is derived from the original book with 6 black & white illustrations by Helena von Landau and Charles Meister. As always, this edition is complete and unabridged.
Illustrator(s): Helena von Landau & Charles Meister