Robin Hood: How Robin Hood Became an Outlaw: Chapter 1
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Everyone knows the story of Robin Hood—the archer who robs the rich and gives to the poor, who roams the land his band of outlaws like Little John, who's in love with Maid Marian. But how well do you really know the story? Revisit Sherwood Forest with the first chapter, "How Robin Hood Became an Outlaw," of J. Walker Mcspadden's telling. (You can read the whole book on DailyLit here.
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Opening Lines (Experimental)
His name was Robin Hood.
While as he walked on the ground.
Was never none else found.
In the days of good King Harry the Second of England—he of the warring sons—there were certain forests in the north country set aside for the King's hunting, and no man might shoot deer therein ...
Reviewed by 4greys on Jun 11, 2011
Robin Hood: How Robin Became an Outlaw
Reviewed by paru on Sep 1, 2010
Its the early life of RH...We know all abt Sherwd, but bef?
One of my all time fav.... have been trying to locate it for years
Reviewed by susanova on Jun 2, 2010
This was a wonderful way to induce readers to give Robin Hood a chance. After I finished the last installment I went right away and subscribed to the full book. There should be more of these!
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