Robin Hood

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In the United States, when we hear the word "outlaw" we think of cowboys wearing sheepskin chaps, leather vests, spurs, and sixguns. We don't think of sneaky bad guys who shoot their enemies in the back for a couple of dollars. Probably the most famous American outlaw is the "great" Jesse James, friend of the poor, enemy of the oppressor, the Robin Hood of the West.

The pinnacle of legendary status is to have other legends named after you. Jesse James is famous; but he's not as famous as his 12th-century English counterpart, the wild forester clad in green and shooting, stickfighting, and fencing for the heart of Maid Marian and the good of Olde England. Kids still dress up like Robin Hood and make bows and arrows out of sticks and twine, and while a few still dress like bandits, how many dress like Jesse James?

What does it take for a legend to become a Robin Hood? By now, the litany is well-known: a Robin Hood steals from the rich to give to the poor, woos a fair maiden, is funny and insolent, runs around with Merry Men, and is the best bowman and swordsman around. These attributes can be transposed to any culture in which a Robin Hood appears—if he's Japanese he might be a rogue samurai, if he's Latin American he might be avaquero, etc.

But why talk about a Robin Hood? What about the Robin Hood? What about the actual outlaw who roamed Sherwood Forest and fought the Sheriff of Nottingham and was loyal to Richard the Lionhearted? What about the guy who defeated Sir Guy of Gisborne, was friends with Little John, carried Friar Tuck across a stream, rubbed salt in Will Stutely's wounds, and shot his last arrow out of a window? What about the Robin Hood we love?

It's not that easy. The Robin Hood we love is whatever Robin Hood we've pieced together in our own imaginations, a composite of movies we've seen, books we've read, and scenes we've acted out. Part of the problem is that there was likely no "historical Robin Hood"; if the character was real, he was several outlaws who didn't live in Sherwood and weren't necessarily the good guys.

The fact that a bandit became the good guy is weird to begin with, at least until you understand what was going on in England in the late 1100s. John Lackland, brother of the king, eyed the throne while his brother King Richard killed Saracens in the Holy Land. Robin of Locksley opposed John and protected the poor from oppression at the hands of wealthy nobles.

The legends say so, anyway. The actual situation in 12th-century England was more nuanced, but for the sake of the Robin Hood myth the stage was set this way. It's accurate enough, especially if you're interested in a man whose sense of justice was stronger than his desire for personal wealth. Some reinterpretations of Robin Hood cast him as a true villain, but that only works if oppression and murder are considered morally acceptable.

All the good versions of Robin Hood show him as a selfless hero who works for the good of England and his people, not to make a profit or spread anarchy. These versions differ on particulars but essentially show the same Robin Hood, a man that appeals to every generation. He's the warrior every boy wants to be, the hero every girl loves, the altruist everyone wants to imitate.

Reading multiple versions of the Robin Hood legend helps us understand how people through the years have thought of goodness and honor. Different authors emphasize different elements, showing aspects of heroism that other writers miss or disregard. Other outlaws may be compared to Robin Hood, but he can't be compared to them: he isn't a mere bandit, he's a martyr for justice, outlawed because of his stand for truth and goodness.

Howard Pyle's Robin Hood is noble and mischievous; Henry Gilbert's Robin Hood is a man of action; Roger Green's Robin Hood is the most popular, the one who can out-shoot, out-wit, and out-woo any man in England or elsewhere. All these Robin Hoods are virtuous, good role models for our sons, the kind of hero to enliven even the most reluctant imagination.

Review by C. Hollis Crossman
C. Hollis Crossman used to be a child. Now he's a husband and father who loves church, good food, and weird stuff. He might be a mythical creature, but he's definitely not a centaur. Read more of his reviews here.

A list of Robin Hood versions we are comparing.... (mostly vintage versions)

  1. Life and Adventures of Robin Hood by John B. Marsh (1865) *IA
  2. Prince of Thieves by Alexandre Dumas (1872)
  3. Robin Hood, The Outlaw by Alexandre Dumas (1873) *IA
  4. Merry Adventures of Robin Hood by Howard Pyle (1883) *IA
  5. Robin Hood and His Merry Outlaws by J. Walker McSpadden (1891) *IA
  6. The Foresters by Lord Alfred Tennyson (1892) *IA
  7. Young Robin Hood by George Manville Fenn (1900) *PG
  8. Adventures of Robin Hood by E. Charles Vivian (1906) *IA
  9. Stories of Robin Hood Told to the Children by H. E. Marshall (1907)
  10. Sherwood: A Play in Five Acts by Alfred Noyes (1911) *IA
  11. Robin Hood by Louis Rhead (1912) *IA
  12. Robin Hood by Henry Gilbert (1912) *IA
  13. Tales and Plays of Robin Hood by Eleanor Skinner (1915) *IA
  14. Robin Hood and His Merry Men by Rosemary Kingston (1916)
  15. Robin Hood by Paul Creswick (1917) *IA
  16. Robin Hood and His Merry Men by Sara Hawks Sterling (1921) *IA
  17. Robin Hood by Lucy Fitch Perkins (1923) *IA
  18. Robin Hood by G. C. Harvey (editor) (1923) *IA
  19. Robin Hood by Edith Heal (1928)
  20. Merry Ballads of Robin Hood by Laurabelle Dietrick (1931)
  21. Bows Against the Barons by Geoffrey Trease (1934)
  22. Robin Hood: The Prince of Outlaws by Carola Oman (1939) *IA
  23. Song of Robin Hood by Anne Malcolmson (1947) *IA
  24. Robin Hood's Arrow by Eugenia Stone (1948) *IA
  25. Chronicles of Robin Hood by Rosemary Sutcliff (1950)
  26. Robin Hood and His Merry Men by Arthur Malcolm (1950)
  27. Adventures of Robin Hood by Roger Green (1956) *IA
  28. Silver Horn of Robin Hood by Donald E. Cooke (1956) *IA
  29. Robin in the Greenwood: Ballads of Robin Hood by Ian Serraillier (1967)
  30. Robin Hood and His Merry Men by Ian Serraillier *IA
  31. Robin Hood of Sherwood Forest by Anne McGovern (1968) *IA
  32. Robin Hood by Antonia Fraser (1978) *IA
  33. Robin Hood: His Life and Legend by Bernard Miles (1979) *IA
  34. Merry Adventures of Robin Hood by Robert O. Patterson (1980) *IA
  35. Robin Hood by Jane Carruth (1982)
  36. Outlaws of Sherwood by Robin McKinley (1988) *IA
  37. Robin Hood retold by Sarah Hayes (1989) *IA
  38. Robin of Sherwood by Michael Morpugo (1996) *IA
  39. Robin Hood by Margaret Early (1996)
  40. Eyewitness Classics: Robin Hood by Neil Philip (1997)
  41. In a Dark Wood by Michael Cadnum (1998) *IA
  42. Adventures of Robin Hood by John Grant (1998) *IA
  43. Usborne's Tales of Robin Hood by Tony Allen (1999) *IA
  44. Robin Hood and the Silver Arrow by James Riordan (1999) *IA
  45. Sherwood (various authors) edited by Jane Yolen (2000) *IA
  46. King Raven Trilogy by Stephen Lawhead (2007) *IA
  47. Robin Hood by David Calcutt (2012) *IA
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Adventures of Robin Hood
Puffin Classics
by Roger Green, illustrated by Arthur Hall
from Puffin Books
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 5th-9th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Adventures of Robin Hood
Everyman's Library Children's Classics
by Roger Green, illustrated by Walter Crane
from Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 5th-9th grade
$20.00
Adventures of Robin Hood
Puffin Classics
by Roger Green, illustrated by Arthur Hall
from Puffin Books
Legends and Folklore for 5th-9th grade
in Puffin Classics (Location: FIC-PUF)
$8.99 $4.50 (2 in stock)
Adventures of Robin Hood
Reader's Digest World's Best Reading
by Paul Creswick, illustrated by N. C. Wyeth
1991 Edition from Reader's Digest
for 6th-12th grade
in 20th & 21st Century Literature (Location: LIT7-20)
$8.00 (3 in stock)
Adventures of Robin Hood
by E. Charles Vivian, illustrated by Jules Gotlieb
from Airmont Publishing Company, Inc.
for 4th-8th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
$3.00 (1 in stock)
Adventures of Robin Hood
by E. Charles Vivian, compiled by Cooper Edens
from Chronicle Books
for 4th-8th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Adventures of Robin Hood
by John Grant (reteller), illustrated by Victor G. Ambrus
from Ladybird Books Ltd
for 2nd-4th grade
Adventures of Robin Hood - MP Student Guide
from Memoria Press
for 5th grade
in Memoria Press Literature & Poetry (Location: LITSG-MP)
$13.50
Adventures of Robin Hood - MP Teacher Guide
by Tanya Charlton
from Memoria Press
for 5th grade
in Memoria Press Literature & Poetry (Location: LITSG-MP)
Adventures of Robin Hood / Pinocchio (adapted)
by Eleanor Graham Vance, illustrated by Jay Hyde Barnum
from Random House
for 1st-4th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Bows Against the Barons
by Geoffrey Trease, illustrated by C. Walter Hodges
Revised edition, 1977 printing from Hodder & Stoughton
Adventure story for 5th-8th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Chronicles of Robin Hood
by Rosemary Sutcliff, illustrated by C. Walter Hodges
from Oxford University
for 5th-8th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
DK Classic Readers: Robin Hood
by Angela Bull, DK Publishing
1st edition from DK Children
for 3rd-4th grade
in Early Readers (Location: EAR-MISC)
ECL: Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
Educator Classic Library #9
by Howard Pyle, illustrated by Don Irwin
Complete and Unabridged Edition from Classic Press
in Educator Classic Library (Location: VIN-ECL)
Eyewitness Classics: Robin Hood
by Neil Philip
1st American ed from DK Children
for 3rd-6th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Hood
The King Raven Trilogy Book 1
by Stephen R. Lawhead
First Edition from Thomas Nelson Publishers
for 8th-Adult
in 20th & 21st Century Literature (Location: LIT7-20)
$18.99
In a Dark Wood
by Michael Cadnum
from Puffin Books
for 4th-8th grade
in Historical Fiction (Location: FIC-HIF)
King Raven Trilogy
by Stephen Lawhead
for 9th-Adult
in Fantasy Fiction (Location: FIC-FAN)
$48.42
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
by Howard Pyle
from Dover Publications
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 7th-9th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
Sterling Classics
by Howard Pyle, illustrated by Scott McKowen
Unabridged from Sterling Publishing Co.
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 7th-9th grade
in Historical Fiction (Location: FIC-HIF)
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
Thrushwood Book
by Howard Pyle
from Grosset & Dunlap
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 7th-9th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
A Golden Illustrated Classic
by Howard Pyle, illustrated by Benvenuti
from Golden Press
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 7th-9th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
Illustrated Junior Library Series 2
by Howard Pyle, illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith
from Grosset & Dunlap
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 5th-8th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
Illustrated Junior Library Series 3
by Howard Pyle, illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith
from Grosset & Dunlap
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 5th-8th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
Illustrated Junior Library Series 1
by Howard Pyle, illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith
from Grosset & Dunlap
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 5th-8th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
Illustrated Junior Library Series 2
by Howard Pyle, illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith
from Grosset & Dunlap
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 5th-8th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
by Howard Pyle
from Barnes & Noble
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 7th-9th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
by Howard Pyle, illustrated by Jo Polseno
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 5th-8th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
by Robert O. Patterson, illustrated by Howard Pyle
from Castle Books
for 4th-6th grade
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
by Howard Pyle
from Living Book Press
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for 7th-9th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
$14.99
Merry Ballads of Robin Hood
by Laurabelle Dietrick, assisted by Joseph Franz-Walsh and illustrated by Edna Reindel
from Macmillan
Songs and Ballads for 7th-Adult
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
$12.00 (1 in stock)
Merry Ballads of Robin Hood
by Laurabelle Dietrick, assisted by Joseph Franz-Walsh
from Macmillan
Songs and Ballads for 7th-12th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Outlaws of Sherwood
by Robin McKinley
from ACE Publishing
for 8th-12th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
$15.00
Prince of Thieves
by Alexandre Dumas, translated by A. R. Allinson
from Reginetta Press
Robin and His Merry Men
by Ian Serraillier, illustrated by Victor G. Ambrus
from Oxford University
Songs and Ballads for 4th-8th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood
by Louis Rhead, illustrated in color by Frank Godwin
from Dilithium Press, Ltd.
for 4th-8th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Robin Hood
Scribner Illustrated Classics
by Paul Creswick, illustrated by N.C. Wyeth
from Atheneum
for 6th-10th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Robin Hood
by Howard Pyle
from Junior Deluxe Editions
for 5th-8th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood
Scribner Illustrated Classics
by Paul Creswick, illustrated by N.C. Wyeth
Reissue from Atheneum
for 6th-10th grade
in Scribner Illustrated Classics (Location: FIC-SCRIB)
$24.99
Robin Hood
by David Calcutt, illustrated by Graham Baker-Smith
from Barefoot Books
for 3rd-6th grade
$12.99
Robin Hood
by Jane Carruth, Illustrated by Chris Higham
from Award Publications, Limited
for 3rd-6th grade
in Oversized Picture Books (Location: PIC-OVER)
$10.00 (1 in stock)
Robin Hood
Dorling Kindersley Classics
by Neil Philip, illustrated by Nick Harris
2000 Paperback from DK Publishing
for 3rd-6th grade
$5.00 (1 in stock)
Robin Hood
by Henry Gilbert, illustrated by Frances Brundage
from Saalfield Publishing Co.
for 5th-9th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
$6.00 (1 in stock)
Robin Hood
by Sarah Hayes, illustrated by Patrick Benson
from Henry Holt and Company
for 3rd-6th grade
$5.00 (1 in stock)
Robin Hood
Stepping Stones: A Chapter Book
by Annie Ingle (adapter), illustrated by Domenick D'Andrea
from Random House
for 1st-3rd grade
Robin Hood
by Antonia Fraser, illustrated by Victor G. Ambrus
from Book Club Associates
for 6th-8th grade
Robin Hood
by Carola Oman, illustrated by S. Van Abbé
1984 Reprint from J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd.
for 5th-8th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
$20.00 (1 in stock)
Robin Hood
by George C. Harvey, illustrated by Edwin John Prittie
from John C. Winston
for 4th-6th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood
Windermere Series 4
by Edith Heal, introduction by Philip Allen and illustrated by Dan Content
1936 edition from Rand McNally
for 6th-9th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood
by Margaret Early
from Harry N. Abrams, Inc.
for 1st-3rd grade
in Picture Books (Location: PICTURE)
Robin Hood
by Alexandre Dumas (adapted), illustrated by Benvenuti
Brothers Fabbri Editori from W. H. Allen
for 4th-6th grade
in Vintage Picture Books (Location: VIN-PIC)
Robin Hood
by Maurice Lapman (editor)
from Globe Book Company
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood
Windermere Series 3
by Edith Heal, introduction by Philip Allen and illustrated by Dan Content
1936 edition from Rand McNally
for 6th-9th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood
by Carol Heyer (reteller & illustrator)
from Ideals Children's Books
for 3rd-5th grade
Robin Hood
by Neil Smith, illustrated by Peter Dennis
from Osprey Publishing
Robin Hood
by Lucy Fitch Perkins
from Houghton Mifflin
Ballads & Songs for 2nd-6th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood
by Henry Gilbert, illustrated by Frank Godwin
from Junior Deluxe Editions
for 5th-8th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood (abridged)
by J. Walker McSpadden, illustrated by Greg Hildebrandt
from Unicorn Publishing House
for 2nd-5th grade
Robin Hood (adapted)
by Saviour Pirotta (adapter), illustrated by Luigi Aime
Robin Hood (Holt)
by J. C. Holt
from Thames and Hudson
for 11th-Adult
in History for Adults (Location: ADU-HIS)
Robin Hood - Comprehension Guide
by Diane Coleman
2nd edition from Veritas Press
for 4th-7th grade
in Veritas Press Literature Guides (Location: LITSG-VP)
$19.00
Robin Hood - Memoria Press Package
from Memoria Press
for 5th-9th grade
in Memoria Press Literature & Poetry (Location: LITSG-MP)
Robin Hood and His Merry Men
by Arthur Malcolm, illustrated by Margaret Malpass Geiszel
from J. H. Sears & Company
for 5th-8th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood and His Merry Men
by Rosemary Kingston, illustrated by Alice Carsey
from Whitman Publishing Company
for 3rd-5th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood and His Merry Men
Early Reader Series No. 28
from Hampster Books
for 1st-3rd grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood and His Merry Men
by Jane Louise Curry, illustrated by John Lytle
from Margaret K. McElderry Books
for 2nd-4th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Robin Hood and His Merry Outlaws
Dover Evergreen Classics
by J. Walker McSpadden
from Dover Publications
for 4th-8th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Robin Hood and His Merry Outlaws
Rainbow Classics
by J. Walker McSpadden, illustrated by Louis Slobodkin
from World Publishing Company
for 4th-8th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood and the Golden Arrow
by Robert D. San Souci, illustrated by E. B. Lewis
from Orchard Books
for Kindergarten-2nd grade
in Oversized Picture Books (Location: PIC-OVER)
Robin Hood and the Men of the Greenwood
by Henry Gilbert, illustrated by Walter Crane
from Bracken Books
for 5th-9th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Robin Hood and the Silver Arrow
by James Riordan, illustrated by Tony Morris
for 1st-3rd grade
Robin Hood Handbook
by Mike Dixon-Kennedy
from Sutton Publishing
for 10th-Adult
in Medieval Literature (Location: LIT2-MED)
Robin Hood in Easy-to-Read Type
Dover Children's Thrift Classics
by Bob Blaisdell (reteller), illustrated by Thea Kliros
from Dover Publications
for 3rd-5th grade
$4.00 $2.00 (1 in stock)
Robin Hood in the Greenwood
by Jane Louise Curry, illustrated by Julie Downing
from Margaret K. McElderry Books
for 3rd-6th grade
Robin Hood of Sherwood Forest
by Ann McGovern
from Scholastic Inc.
for 4th-6th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
$2.50 (3 in stock)
Robin Hood's Arrow
by Eugenia Stone
from Follett Publishing Co.
for 4th-6th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin Hood, His Book
by Eva March Tappan
Robin Hood, the Outlaw
by Alexandre Dumas, translated by A. R. Allinson
from Reginetta Press
Robin Hood: His Life and Legend
by Bernard Miles, illustrated by Victor G. Ambrus
from Treasure Press
for 3rd-6th grade
Robin in the Greenwood
by Ian Serraillier, illustrated by Victor G. Ambrus
from Henry Z. Walck, Inc.
Songs and Ballads for 4th-8th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Robin of Sherwood
by Michael Morpurgo, illustrated by Michael Foreman
from Harcourt, Brace & Company
for 4th-6th grade
in Classics Retold (Location: FIC-RET)
Rowan Hood
by Nancy Springer
from Scholastic Inc.
for 3rd-6th grade
$3.00 (1 in stock)
Scarlet
The King Raven Trilogy Book 2
by Stephen R. Lawhead
from Thomas Nelson Publishers
for 9th-Adult
in 20th & 21st Century Literature (Location: LIT7-20)
$18.99
Sherwood
by Jane Yolen, editor
from Philomel Books
for 4th-6th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Sherwood: A Play in Five Acts
by Alfred Noyes
from Frederick A. Stokes Company
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Silver Horn of Robin Hood
by Donald E. Cooke
from John C. Winston
for 6th-8th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Song of Robin Hood
by Anne Malcolmson & Grace Castagnetta, illustrated by Virginia Lee Burton
from Houghton Mifflin
for 2nd-Adult
1948 Caldecott Honor book
in Picture Books (Location: PICTURE)
$22.99
Stories of Robin Hood & His Merry Men
"In Days of Old" series
by Henry Gilbert, illustrated by Walter Crane
from T.C. & E.C. Jack
for 5th-9th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
$12.00 (1 in stock)
Stories of Robin Hood Told to the Children
by H. E. Marshall
from Yesterday's Classics
for 2nd-5th grade
$9.95
Story of Robin Hood
by Andrew Lang, illustrated by H. J. Ford
from Schocken
for 5th-9th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Story of Robin Hood
by Robert Leeson, illustrated by Barbara Lofthouse
from Kingfisher
for 4th-6th grade
in Classics Retold (Location: FIC-RET)
Tales and Plays of Robin Hood
by Eleanor L. Skinner, illustrated by B. Westmacott
from American Book Company
for 5th-8th grade
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
Tales of Robin Hood
by Tony Allan, illustrated by Ron Tiner
from Usborne
for 4th-6th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Tales of Robin Hood
by Anna Claybourne, Tony Allan, illustrated by Ron Tiner
for 3rd-6th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Tales of Robin Hood Told For Children
Magna Children's Classics
by Rose Yeatman Woolf, illustrated by Howard Davie
from Magna Books
for 3rd-6th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
The Adventures of Robin Hood (abridged)
by J. Walker McSpadden, Abridged by Christopher Stella, Illustrated by Greg Hildebrandt
from Courage Books
for 3rd-6th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)
Tuck
The King Raven Trilogy Book 3
by Stephen R. Lawhead
Reprint from Thomas Nelson Publishers
for 9th-Adult
in 20th & 21st Century Literature (Location: LIT7-20)
$18.99
Young Robin Hood
by George Manville Fenn
from Salem Ridge Press
for 2nd-5th grade
in Action & Adventure Stories (Location: FIC-ADV)