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Robin Hood by Bob Blaisdell
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Robin Hood

by Bob Blaisdell (Adaptor)

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Setting: It takes place during the medieval times with an existence of a queen., Sherwood Forrest.

Theme: The lkiving situation for rich and poor should be fair.

Genre: Folktale

Summary: This is a story of an outlaw is robs from the rich and gives to the poor. The story involves Robin hood beign good with the bow and arrow in which he uses to steal from the rich. The grop of outlaws that he manages helps him steal from the rich. He would ask the people he steals from of what amount o the money belongs to them, then Robin hood would take the rest.

Audience: All ages interested in reading about folktales.

Curriculum ties: History about the queens and kings

Personal response: This book does a great job at telling the famous tale of Robin good and the outlaws he rides with. THe art is not colorful, which gives it a historical effect. In addition, the drawings are a simple yet detailed enough to fully describe what is going on in the story. The font is also easy to read with the vocabulary involves a lot of diaglogue. This helps the reader understand what the characters are thinking and feeling. OVerall, this book is a great addition to the collection of folktales. It is a historical collection in a sense and can be kept for ages. ( )
  Thach | Apr 29, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0486275736, Paperback)

The legendary outlaw and his merry men spring to life again, thrilling young readers with feats of daring and valor. Join Robin, Little John, Friar Tuck, Maid Marian, and the other Sherwood Forest denizens in their struggle against  the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham and their pursuit of freedom and justice.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:42 -0400)

The legendary outlaw and his merry men spring to life again, thrilling young readers with feats of daring and valor. Join Robin, Little John, Friar Tuck, Maid Marian, and the other Sherwood Forest denizens in their struggle against the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham and their pursuit of freedom and justice.… (more)

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