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Robin Hood by Neil Philip
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Jun 17, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: children-s

Robin Hood: Myth or Man?

This book, along with telling what Robin Hood is famous for, also gives an informative background about the setting, the characters and how they interact, and any history which is different from present times. It uses illustrations to describe new vocabulary such as a pommel of a sword. It is divided into chapters, but the chapters are only a few pages long and each page includes illustrations and side bars full of addition pictures and information.

While drawing us into the story, the book also informs, which allows for a deeper connection with the characters.

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