Illustrated by Alice Carsey. A later edition was published as a tie-in with the popular Errol Flynn movie, with cover and pictorial insert from the film. Illustrated by Rowland Wheelwright. Illustrated by Dan Content. The book ends its final chapter with the death of Robin Hood. Black and white illustrations, with a few color plates.
Illustrated by Howard Davie. Illustrated by James McCracken. Johnson The ballads of Robin Hood are woven into a tale. Similiar in storytelling details to the Carruth version Greenwood Tales , with Will Scarlet and Will Gamwell being separate characters. He and his mother Marian join his outlawed father in Sherwood.
Illustrated by C. Richard Schaare. Illustrated by Rafaello Busoni.
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Walter Hodges. Illustrated by James Cummins. Comprehensive retelling of the story as presented in the Disney film. Includes a few color plates from the film, and many well-done black-and-white illustrations throughout.
Robin Hood His Merry Foresters
Illustrated by Jay Hyde Barnum. Illustrated with stills from the motion picture. Illustrated by Donald E. Illustrated by Carmen Mowry. Illustrated by Charles Beck. Illustrated by William Stobbs. Lady Beatrice, daughter of the baron, becomes best friend to Marian. Illustrated by A. Illustrated by Peter Burchard. They plan to keep their true heritage secret from anyone they meet. Along the way, they fall in with Robin Hood. Throughout their adventures, the outlaws, the children, and Sir Edward all learn from each other priceless lessons in friendship and tolerence. Illustrated by Arnold Spilka.
The little-used tale of Marian and the witch also mentioned in the Roger Lancelyn Green version is included in the plot. Elements from the last chapters seem to have been inspired by Alfred Noyes only full-length play, Sherwood , with Prince John sealing Robin in a tower. The adventures of Robin Hood, his friends, and Marian. Possibly inspired by the Paul Creswick version. Illustrated by Derick Bown.
Includes a few inspirations from the Henry Gilbert version.
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Illustrated by Bernard Brett. Illustrated by Victor G. Tom Lisker A retelling of the more popular Robin Hood adventures. Includes commentary with each chapter, encouraging young readers to consider how popular storytelling themes of various eras may have helped Robin Hood evolve into the legend we know today. Illustrated by Samuel B. Illustrated by Chris Collingwood. Illustrated by Judith Michell. Robin rarely gets involved in the action unless he has to, while Marian and Cecil pull off most of the main heroics.
Swan A simplified easy-to-read retelling covering the highlights of the Robin Hood legend. Includes questions in the back of the book to aid in classroom reading comprehension.
Illustrated by Chris Ryley. Illustrated by Mark Peppe. Illustrated by Patrick Benson. For family members of all ages, as violence is downplayed. Illustrated by Helen Craig. What starts out as a trip to see King Richard the Lion-Hearted turns into a dangerous adventure. A corrupt twenty-first century Time Patrolman is altering history to build an evil empire during the time of Robin Hood. Illustrated by Kit Wray. The pop-ups of the faces makes the characters appear to speak. Also published in and Colorful illustrations give this book the feel that it comes from an animated film.
Illustrated by Van Gool. The stories ends with the last chapter being Robin Hood and the Beggar. Illustrated by Thea Kliros. English translation, adaptation and layout by Dami Editore. Illustrated by Piero Cattaneo. Illustrated by Barbara Lofthouse. Illustrated by Ron Tiner. Illustrated by John Lytle and Julie Downing. Illustrated by Kathryn Jingling.
Illustrated by Michael Foreman.
The subplots concern saving Little John from a personal tragedy and helping Friar Tuck keep his orphanage open. Illustrated by Nick Harris. Narrated by Robert Glenister. Richard Percy Robin never misses a chance to fight the evil rule of his sworn enemy, the Sheriff of Nottingham, so when he discovers that a local knight is in trouble, he comes to his aid, enabling the knight to outwit the Sheriff and keep the lands that are rightfully his. This trilogy concludes with Marion and Robert finally confronting the Sheriff of Nottingham and fulfilling their destinies.
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Some use inventive interpretations of the familiar characters, others focus on new characters added to the Robin Hood saga. Seller Inventory S More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. More information about this seller Contact this seller 5. Shipped from US within 10 to 14 business days. Published by W. Foulsham and Co.
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