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The Major Oak becomes our hero’s hideout

Illustration of Robin Hood hiding inside the Major Oak, from Robin Hood's Little Outlaws' first children's picture book, "Robin Hood, who's he?"

The Major Oak becomes our hero’s hideout

A huge tree, deep within Sherwood Forest offers Robin Hood the chance to hide from the Sheriff of Nottingham and Kind John’s soldiers. The hollow trunk of the Major Oak becomes Robin Hood’s secret hiding place!

In Robin Hood’s Little Outlaws’ first story, “Robin Hood, who’s he?”, the animal friends meet the famous outlaw. This is the first book in an exciting new series of time travelling children’s picture book stories for young readers and we’re sharing previews of the illustrations as they’re put together. Do you like this one?

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