By H. E. Marshall, A. S. Forrest
Tales of Robin Hood in a full of life retelling that chronicles the occasions of the time within which Robin Hood lived. Describes how and why he got here to reside within the eco-friendly wooden, and the adventures he had there with Little John, Maid Marian, and the Sheriff of Nottingham. decisions from the unique ballads are woven into the tale. a pleasant creation to those tales for kids a long time eight and up.
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And I'm not likely to forget all the kindness I have had from you and your Merry Men. Why, no later than last Saturday night you sent me a pair of shoes and some fine woollen stockings. See," she added, putting out one foot, "I'm wearing the shoes at this very minute. " "In your grey gown," said Robin with a laugh. The old woman looked at him in astonishment. " she said. "Yes," said Robin; "give me a grey dress and a big white cap like those you wear. Dressed in them I can go safely through the wood till I meet my men.
But you seem new to this business. Now don't trust these men," pointing to the butchers. "They are all as ready as can be to cheat you. You take my advice. If you have any cattle to sell, come to me. " "Hast thou any horned beasts, the Sheriff then said, Good fellow, to sell to me? Yes, that I have, good master Sheriff, I have hundreds two or three. " The Sheriff nearly danced for joy when he heard that Robin had so many horned cattle for sale. He had quite made up his mind that it would be easy to cheat this silly young fellow.
No, my Lord Bishop," said Robin, taking his hat off and bowing politely, "no, my lord, you cannot go yet. " "No, my Lord Bishop," said Robin, "you cannot go yet" Then he went to the old woman, unbound her hands, and lifted her gently to the ground. "I thank you, dame," he said, "for your kindness to me this day. Robin Hood will never forget it. Now you must have more comfortable clothes. If you follow Much the Miller's son he will take you to Maid Marian. " The Bishop's men did not attempt to fight.
Stories of Robin Hood Told to the Children by H. E. Marshall, A. S. Forrest