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Stories of Robin Hood in a lively retelling that chronicles the events of the time in which Robin Hood lived. Describes how and why he came to live in the Green Wood, and the adventures he had there with Little John, Maid Marian, and the Sheriff of Nottingham. Selections from the original ballads are woven into the story. A delightful introduction to these stories for chil...more
Paperback, 116 pages
Published November 13th 2005 by Yesterday's Classics
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I believe the copy of this book that I own belonged to my Dad, I certainly remember reading it at my grandparent's house growing up. So, I thought this would be a good children's book for my husband to read to Abigail before she is born.

However, on finishing it again, I do remember being confused as a child by several of the tales and by the absence of Maid Marian. There is one story of how she came to live in Sherwood forest and then she is briefly alluded to in one other tale. And that's it,...more
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Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall (usually credited as H. E. Marshall) was a British author, particularly well known for her works of popular national history for children.

H. E. Marshall is famous for her 1905 children's history of England, Our Island Story: A History of England for Boys and Girls, illustrated by A. S. Forrest. In the USA the book was entitled An Island Story. The book was a bestseller...more
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