Men of Iron
Youthful hero Myles Falworth is the son of a lord unjustly condemned for treason during the reign of Henry IV. Determined to vindicate his father, Myles grows in knightly prowess and virtue until his chance finally arrives. Author Howard Pyle tells the story with vigor, enthusiasm, and moral purpose that brings the history of those stirring times before the eyes of the reader. Recommended for seventh-grade. Complete and unabridged. Black and white. Original publication 1892. 5.25 x 8.5inches. Soft cover. 224pp.
- Pyle, Howard
- Seton Program Books Only
The book captures my daughters attention when she reads it and is awsome for a book report
This book will grab you interest whether you're male or female. It is about a young boy growing up in the middle ages and learning about, fighting, honor, the church, and love. A great read! I loved it and I think my brother (who's entering 7th grade) will enjoy it too as he reads it for his book report. :)