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Robin Hood, who’s he?

(3 customer reviews)


The first, scene-setting story for Robin Hood’s Little Outlaws see them journey back to the year 1200 to meet the legendary outlaw Robin Hood.
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Join seven animal friends as they wake Major, a magical 1000-year-old oak tree in Sherwood Forest. Major takes them on fantastic time travelling adventures to learn how famous people and events from the past have helped to shape the world today.
In their first, scene-setting story, ‘Robin Hood, who’s he?’, Major takes the friends back to the year 1200 in the Middle Ages, to see how legendary hero Robin Hood fought against King John and the Sheriff of Nottingham to help and protect the poor people of Nottinghamshire.
All stories are told in rhyme to engage a wide primary-aged audience, and include fun activities and puzzles.
36 Full colour pages including:

  • interactive cover (download the free Robin Hood’s Little Outlaws book app)
  • 22 page story
  • character biographies
  • word search
  • spot the difference
  • word ladders
  • cut-out character mask template
  • fun ‘fill in the blanks’ story page
  • find 16 items throughout the story
  • Life in medieval times
  • Little Outlaws Road Trip postcards

Start your Robin Hood’s Little Outlaws collection with the first ever story, or buy as the perfect gift or present.
ISBN: 9781527226524

Additional information

Weight 0.205 kg
Dimensions 29.7 × 21 × .4 cm

3 reviews for Robin Hood, who’s he?

  1. Fergus Mitchell (verified owner)

    What a truly amazing book, our kids will not put it down – they are now huge fans of the Little Outlaws!

  2. jfield1968 (verified owner)

    What a great book, a really clever and original take on a classic story and with the potential for an unlimited number of sequels, thanks to Major’s time travel capability! There’s something for kids of all primary school ages here. My daughter is just starting Year 6 and thought it was a really entertaining and thought-provoking read. The additional puzzles and activities are great too. Would recommend this book for all kids from 6 to 10+

  3. Helen

    My year 6 child loves this book. Lots of excitement as the pages were turned. Loads of activities, gorgeous illustration, facts and story with lovely rhyming. This would make a lovely gift.

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