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The Adventures of Robin Hood

Adrian Mitchell, Emma Chichester Clark

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For National Curriculum Key Stage 1, Interest age: from c 5 years, Prose: non-fiction, Fiction, Picture storybooks

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Discover the legend of Robin Hood through eleven action-packed adventure stories. Illustrated throughout, with a foiled cover, this beautiful book will make the perfect gift.

Discover the legend of Robin Hood through eleven action-packed adventure stories. Outlawed and living in hiding in Sherwood Forest, Robin, Marian and their band of friends have many adventures, keeping one step ahead of the villainous Sheriff of Nottingham and his men . . . Robin Hood is the most daring of heroes and tales of his bravery and cunning have been handed down for hundreds of years. In this wonderfully fresh retelling, celebrated writer Adrian Mitchell makes these stories both thrilling and funny for today's children - tracing the life of Robin Hood from mischievous young runaway to legendary hero.

Brought vividly to life by Emma Chichester Clark, whose glowing illustrations superbly recreate the green and leafy world of the forest and all the characters who live there. Including Maid Marian, Friar Tuck, Little John and more.

This beautiful hardback gift book is fully illustrated throughout, with a stunning foiled jacket.

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Adrian Mitchell

Adrian Mitchell was one of the UK's leading poets and playwrights for adults and children. He performed his poems all over the world, in schools, libraries, factories, prisons, hospitals, theatres, playgrounds . . . Adrian was born near Hampstead Heath and lived most of his life within walking distance of the Heath. He was often seen out walking there with his labrador, the Dog of Peace. Adrian died in December 2008 at the age of 76.

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