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The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood (Sterling Unabridged Classics Series)

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5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Robin Hood

Recently I have read a book named "The Merrily Adventures of Robin Hood". This book' s genre is based on fair tale and a bit of adventure, I really enjoy this book because it includes funny words and weird outcomes of conflicts. For example when the sheriff of Nottingha...
Recently I have read a book named "The Merrily Adventures of Robin Hood". This book' s genre is based on fair tale and a bit of adventure, I really enjoy this book because it includes funny words and weird outcomes of conflicts. For example when the sheriff of Nottingham sends people talented in capturing people, to capture Hood, but later the people sent become Robin' s friend and joins his merrily band.
Robin was once a mere boy with great talent of shooting arrows. He was mocked by elders because he was boasting that he could shoot a deer from 50 yards off, so they made a bet of 50 pounds of silver. The people were shocked and one guy got mad because he was the one that made the bet so he shot a arrow and it wized past Robin' s head. This was the starting of the conflict between Robin and the sheriff.

posted by Yourdier_Aim on March 26, 2009

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Too difficult for 10-12 year olds

Although the content of the book is exciting, especially for boys, the syntax of the book is overwhelmingly difficult, as it is presented in King James English. Even for an advanced 10-12 year old reader, this book would be difficult to digest. This book definitely is...
Although the content of the book is exciting, especially for boys, the syntax of the book is overwhelmingly difficult, as it is presented in King James English. Even for an advanced 10-12 year old reader, this book would be difficult to digest. This book definitely is for older ages due to the laborious language.

posted by Anonymous on October 3, 2006

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2006

    Too difficult for 10-12 year olds

    Although the content of the book is exciting, especially for boys, the syntax of the book is overwhelmingly difficult, as it is presented in King James English. Even for an advanced 10-12 year old reader, this book would be difficult to digest. This book definitely is for older ages due to the laborious language.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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