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The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood (Great Illustrated Classics)

The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood Great Illustrated Classics A Merry Band of Men The brave and bold outlaw Robin Hood and his merry band of followers roam through Sherwood Forest robbing the rich and aiding the poor Clad in Lincoln green they elude and evade

  • Title: The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood (Great Illustrated Classics)
  • Author: Deborah Kestel Howard Pyle
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Merry Band of Men The brave and bold outlaw, Robin Hood, and his merry band of followers roam through Sherwood Forest robbing the rich and aiding the poor Clad in Lincoln green, they elude and evade the Sheriff of Nottingham who is determined to catch them Join them on their merry and bold adventures as they outsmart the Sheriff and make new friends Their amazing expA Merry Band of Men The brave and bold outlaw, Robin Hood, and his merry band of followers roam through Sherwood Forest robbing the rich and aiding the poor Clad in Lincoln green, they elude and evade the Sheriff of Nottingham who is determined to catch them Join them on their merry and bold adventures as they outsmart the Sheriff and make new friends Their amazing exploits have thrilled and delighted young readers for centuries.

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    1. This goes with the Robin Hood I just read and reviewed as it contains the "real" author's name, which is nowhere to be seen on the front cover(it's in small print on the back cover, while Howard Pyle's is in big letters on the front?????). This book has the right cover.

    2. The book "The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood" is a classical. I have always been interested in medieval times and stories about outlaws. In the book it had a lot of little stories/adventures that Robin Hood and merry yeomen went on, each telling a difference tale and teaching a thing or two. The book never got boring and was always changing, such as when Robin Hood would go on his adventures he would always bring back a new member to the group of yeomen, the group of yeomen were known as the Hoo [...]

    3. This is a short version of the Robin Hood tales. Its longer than a golden book, with more mature themes yet its still held back for kids sake. Each page of large text is shared with a great illustration in black and white. The assembly of tales seems a bit random, with characters being properly introduced after they have been used in the earlier stories. Some tales seem to have a moral yet others seem to be variations on prior tales. Its a fun, brisk read to get you in the spirit of Robin Hood f [...]

    4. I enjoyed as a kid and like the idea of a team of outlaws stealing from the rich and giving to the poor and enjoyed how Robin Hood gradually recruited more merry men but also had their own morals and such too. Dont know if this edition is the exact same as the one I read but it was enjoyable back then, alongside the Treasure Island one I had read.

    5. Forest Gump once quoted his mother who said that life was like a box of chocolates, and you never know what you're going to get.This has probably never been more accurate than it is in this story. This book tells the tales of the noble Robin Hood and his band of thieves in Lincoln Green. Robin has countless encounters with men throughout Nottinghamshire who he then persuades to join his men. Robin is always up for a good fight especially if it is against the law. He and his partner Little John t [...]

    6. Maybe I need to read the full version. This version left me with unanswered questions. It was also a little hard to swallow. It seems like all the men were bodybuilders, and they cried a lot which was a strange combination. A friar who knows how to sword fight? Robin Hood and his band accepted newcomers too easily. How did they know these guys would remain loyal and not try to kill them or turn them in to the authorities? The stupid Sheriff reminded me of Barney Fife. Have law enforcement always [...]

    7. The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood by Howard Pyle was about an outlaw named Robin Hood. He was wanted for the murder of one of the Sheriffs men. It was not really a murder because Robin shot the man in self defense. The book focuses on his adventures living in the Sherwood Forest. He meets many men and for some reason or another they always start to fight. Then when one of the men is about to win, the other calls the match and Robin invites them to join his band. They all where green suits and l [...]

    8. This book, The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, takes place in Sherwood Forest in Nottingham, England. In the 1200's. The book is about a man named Robin Hood, Little John, his right hand man, and many others that belong to the group. The yeomen go out and steal money from the rich, and give it to the poor. The main conflict in the story is that in the beginning, Robin acidently kills a man, so he is wanted by the King to be hanged. I really loved this book. The author did such a good job of writ [...]

    9. I have to say this book was one of the most fictional books I have ever read but after reading it made me decide that I like realistic fiction way more than just fiction. I learned this from this book because out of all of the books out there robin hood in general is thick full of things that would never happen in real life. This made me finally realize the fiction is even more boring than nonfiction because you dont learn anything from it? I would recommend this book to people who want to see i [...]

    10. This was a good book about how Robin Hood became and outlaw. It is also about him and his band of men yomen, who go on adventures with him. Along the way he gets in trouble and has to escape being captured by a bishop, a king, a sheriff and more. He also gets more people to join hs band. He and his band also compete in a few archery competitions. That's what this book is about.

    11. It was a really enjoyable and really adventurous book. It had great characters, really great illustrations, really exciting adventure, lots of action and a great storyline. My favorite character in this book is Robin Hood because he's my favorite boy character. I read this book in a long time. I recommend this book to adventure lovers of all ages.

    12. Robin Hood has adventures and gets people in his band. He has lots of adventures and he dies from being locked in a tower and he gets the flu, and he didn't get anything to eat. Little John tries to save him, but Robin's about to die, so Robin says "where ever this arrow lands, bury me there" and then he shot it out the window. It was awesome!

    13. One of the books from my childhood that I read many, many, many times. I greatly enjoyed the friendship of Robin and Little John, and all the little relationships and ale and cheer. I was sad when Robin died.

    14. Robin hood and his merry men out think the sheriff of nottingham in this book to return what was taken from the poor. This books place is in the mid evil times. this is the book for you if you want to read about the adventures that Robin had with his Merry men.

    15. I read this with Josh. I love the Great Illustrated Classics because there's a picture on every page. However, I apparently did not know the real story of Robin Hood, it ends totally different from every movie I've ever seen.

    16. Well, I bought this for $3 at Michaels. Rebecca has read it and cried over it already. Next time, I need to read it before she gets her hands on it. She was very upset that Robin Hood died at the end.

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