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The Adventures of Robin Hood (Puffin Classics) by Roger Lancelyn Green, Arthur Hall, John Boyne

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The Adventures of Robin Hood

Robin Hood is champion of the poor and oppressed against the cruel power of Prince John and the brutal Sheriff of Nottingham He takes refuge with his Merrie Men in the vast Sherwood Forest emerging time and again to outwit his enemies with daring and panache This classic version brings sense and clarity as well as excitement to the varied myths ballads and legends about Robin s adventures


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Tales of the Greek Heroes: Retold From the Ancient Authors

This book presents the great stories of the heroic age Dionysus Heracles Theseus The Quest for the Golden Fleece and many more


Tales of Ancient Egypt

Features stories that include the great myths of Amen Ra who created all the creatures in the world of Isis searching the waters for her dead husband Osiris of the Bennu Bird and the Book of Thoth But there are also tales told for pleasure about magic treasure and adventure even the first ever Cinderella story


Myths of the Norsemen: Retold from the Old Norse Poems and Tales

PRE ISBN br br From the page preceding the title page br br The myths of the Northmen from the ice and snow of the Scandinavian countries tell how in the beginning there was only the Yawning Void which they called Ginnungagap but deep in the Void lay the Well of Life In course of time ice piled over the Well and out of it grew something they called Ymir the father of the terrible Frost Giants Ymir was fed on the milk of a magic cow who licked the ice and with it salt from the Well of Life As she licked with her tongue she formed the first of the gods the sir who was called Buri Buri had a son Borr and Borr was the father of Odin Odin and his brothers overcame the ice and frost giants They thrust Ymir down into the Yawning Void and of his body they made the world we live in They set the sea in a ring about the world and planted the World Tree the Ash Yggdrasill to hold it in place br br From this making of the world to Ragnarok the last Great Battle Roger Lancelyn Green tells the story in one continuous narrative It is easy to read and there is a clear rhythm carrying through to the final climax He has taken his material from original sources of which he gives a brief account in his foreword br br The interest in these myths often preceded reading abilty but this telling will be found good to read aloud and boys and gtirls from up will easily manage it for themselves


C.S. Lewis: A Biography

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The Tale of Troy: Retold from the Ancient Authors

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The Luck of Troy

When Prince Paris of Troy kidnapped Helen and her baby son Nico the furious Greeks fought for years against his seemingly invincible city But as Nico reaches his teens he decides to take a hand in the war himself by removing the ancient secret Troy s luck from the temple This legendary tale of heroism and friendship reaches new levels of excitement


A Book Of Dragons

A wonderful selection of the very best dragon stories from the time of the ancient Greeks to the present day chosen by the author of Kin Arthur and His Knights The Adventures of Robin Hood Tales of Ancient Egypt etc


Myths of the Norsemen Introduced by Michelle Paver

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The Tale of Troy: Retold from the Ancient Authors, A Book Of Dragons, C.S. Lewis: A Biography, Myths of the Norsemen: Retold from the Old Norse Poems and Tales, Tales of Ancient Egypt, King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table, The Luck of Troy, Myths of the Norsemen Introduced by Michelle Paver, Tales of the Greek Heroes: Retold From the Ancient Authors, The Adventures of Robin Hood