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Robin Hood

£14.99

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Hardback with pictorial dust jacket and end papers and decorated green boards. It is in good condition although there is some foxing on the pages and dust jacket is worn and rubbed.. There is also an inscription to a previous owner.
In this exciting new version, specially written for the Heirloom Library, Robin pits his wits against the Norman tyrants - Prince John, his barons, Oswald Montdragon and Guy of Gisborne, and the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham - in a series of exciting escapades. An ambush in the green depths of Sherwood, which leaves the Sheriff the lighter of his money-bags, a n assault on the mighty fortress of Gisborne to rescue Will Scarlett, the winning of Maid Marian from the clutches of the Normans - these are some of the adventures which involve Robin, Will, Little John, Friar Tuck, Alan-a-Dale and the oth e r b o l d S axons. Life in Sherwood is merry, with mead and ale, and good venison from the royal deer; and there are the tournaments in Nottingham to provide excitement - particularly when Prince John offers a Silver Arrow for the finest marksm an i n B ri ta in , a nd Robin decides to test his skill in spite of the price on his head

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Hardback with pictorial dust jacket and end papers and decorated green boards. It is in good condition although there is some foxing on the pages and dust jacket is worn and rubbed.. There is also an inscription to a previous owner.
In this exciting new version, specially written for the Heirloom Library, Robin pits his wits against the Norman tyrants - Prince John, his barons, Oswald Montdragon and Guy of Gisborne, and the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham - in a series of exciting escapades. An ambush in the green depths of Sherwood, which leaves the Sheriff the lighter of his money-bags, a n assault on the mighty fortress of Gisborne to rescue Will Scarlett, the winning of Maid Marian from the clutches of the Normans - these are some of the adventures which involve Robin, Will, Little John, Friar Tuck, Alan-a-Dale and the oth e r b o l d S axons. Life in Sherwood is merry, with mead and ale, and good venison from the royal deer; and there are the tournaments in Nottingham to provide excitement - particularly when Prince John offers a Silver Arrow for the finest marksm an i n B ri ta in , a nd Robin decides to test his skill in spite of the price on his head

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