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Robin Hood (A Stepping Stone Book) by Annie…
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Robin Hood (A Stepping Stone Book)

by Annie Ingle

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Series: Step-Up Classics

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This was a very nice book. The main idea is the story of Robin Hood and how her stole from the rich to give to the poor. The pictures used in the chapter book were great. They were black and white and gave just enough to create the scenes of the chapters. The drawling’s were like pencil sketches. The sketching affect aged the story and made it seem more like a fairy tale. I also liked the enlarged text. When reading this chapter book, the text was easy to read and more enjoyable because of the size. The pace of the chapters is perfect as well. Each chapter reaches its main topic quickly and still gives the details and story without dragging on. Most chapter book regarding fairy tales tend to keep the story going instead of getting to the point and the action. I enjoyed this rendition of Robin Hood. ( )
  kfrey4 | Apr 13, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0679810455, Paperback)

Life in Sherwood Forest has never been livelier than with this selection of tales of the fun-loving outlaw and his merry men. A fast-moving adaptation of the classic adventure will delight older slow readers as well as kids reading on grade level.  

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Robin Hood, Maid Marian, and the merry outlaws of Sherwood Forest repeatedly outwit the sheriff of Nottingham and befriend the poor.

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