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Bookseller's Project- Robin: the Lady of Legend
Transcript of Bookseller's Project- Robin: the Lady of Legend
"My lady," Robin affirmed with a bow. The woman gasped.
"Will you please come in?" she begged. "To have Robin Hood in my home...."
"I would, my lady, but there are others who have need of my coin."
"Of course, of course! Go," she called, "and God bless you, Robin Hood!" Word travels fast around town of Robin Hood and his merry men, and people idolize them. Robin Hood's famous tree in Sherwood Forest, England project done by Kendyll J. Sumler Work Cited- http://rmarcejaeger.com/about/
http://www.amazon.com/Robin-Legend-Classic-Adventures-ebook/dp/B006SFN4GI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1348528297&sr=8-1&keywords=Robin%3A+Lady+of+Legend What type of book is this??? Action! Survival! Bravery! Strong Female Character! John Little (aka little John) John little is the first person Robin meets out on her journey to London, he presumes she is a boy, and they become friends, until she flees after saving his life by killing man. John is a master of the bow staff and comes from a small village not far from her own town of Nottinghampshire. Sheriff Of Nottinghampshire The Sheriff is a cruel man, raising and taking taxes at random, hated among the poor and rich, and a laughing stock when it comes to him versus Robin Hood and "his" men. Will Robin's best friend and cousin, he also is an accomplice in her escape from home. Marian Marian is Robin's younger sister, but due to the fact no one knows Robin is really a woman and the close relationship between them, people believe Marian is "his" lady. Reviews "The storytelling is solid, the research is thorough, the details are spot-on, and the skill is undeniable. . . . As Robin Hood retellings go, it's pretty much a bullseye." — PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
"Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous retell...this Robin gives young girls a role model that isn't dressed as the beautiful helpless princess. Honestly, I couldn't put my Kindle down." — Bookworm's Dinner
"A powerful and credible tale. ArceJaeger's Robin is both relatable and intriguing." — Gold Country Times
"I loved, loved, loved this sweet and entertaining version of an old tale." — Leah's Good Reads