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Illustrated Robin Hood

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This is a fantastic storybook, containing two specially extended titles from the "Young Reading" series, "The Story of Robin Hood" and "Adventures of Robin Hood". Re-live Robin's daring escapades with his Merry Men, and then find out about the men who might have inspired these stories. It also contains a fascinating, illustrated introduction to life in the Middle Ages, in a separate section at the back.

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This is Book 13 in the Illustrated Stories Series. See all Illustrated Stories books here.

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About Rob Lloyd Jones

Rob Lloyd Jones never wanted to be a writer when he grew up – he wanted to be Indiana Jones! So he studied Egyptology and archaeology, and went on expeditions to strange places. But all he found were interesting stories, so he decided to write them down.  Rob has won a string of awards, including the Royal Society Young People’s Book Prize, The Phoeni

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About Alan Marks

Alan Marks is widely published and has illustrated many books. He is also a 'Smarties Prize' prize winner.

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