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Robin Hood (Scribner Storybook Classics)

by Paul Creswick

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This book tells the story of Robin Hood's life from childhood to his death. His uncle invites Robin to live with him and be his heir, but Robin is unwilling to give up his father's name. After his father dies, Robin returns home to provide for his mother. His feud with the Sheriff of Nottingham begins around this time, and after his mother dies, Robin begins living in the woods where he and his merry men take from the rich and help the poor.

I found this version of the Robin Hood story to be a bit boring because it took nearly half of the book to get to the point where Robin became an outlaw. On the plus side, it varied significantly from the other Robin Hood legends I've read, and it was nice to see a different take on the story. ( )
  AmandaL. | Jan 16, 2016 |
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