Robin Hood's Little Outlaws wish you all a very Merry Christmas 2018 and a happy New Year in 2019! With their friend, Major the oak tree, they're busy working on their second time travelling adventure story. Look out for further updates
Factories and houses were blown to bits. A terrible time in was known as The Blitz... Air raid sirens let people know, if bombers were coming and it was time to go... Most people hid in the Underground, the safest places that could be found... But with bombs and rockets falling night and day, the Government said children should all move away...
Check out this sneak peek of the Augmented Reality cover we've been working hard on, for story 2: Evacuees, as promised. We're over the moon with how it looks and sounds, and we can't wait to witness this children's book being
Wow! We're really proud of how the illustration for the cover of book 2 looks. There's so much going on and it really helps to paint a picture of life for evacuated children as they escaped The Blitz in London,
Exciting news! Story 2: 'Evacuees', is now being put together - the story is already written and the illustrations are taking shape - and we're loving how different the environment of the Second World War is making our colour palette.
Big thanks to the West Bridgford Wire, who covered our recent, official book launch at Waterstones in Nottingham - helping to raise awareness of the Robin Hood's Little Outlaws brand and boost our publicity. Big thanks also, to Dan and his
We had a fantastic time at Waterstones, yesterday for the officla launch of our first children's history book, 'Robin Hood, who's he?'. Adrian read passages from the book, there were demonstrations of the augmented reality cover and free poster given to