The tenth Lost Diary – a real milestone! Robin Hood has always been an enormously popular figure, but was he real? The mad middle-ages will feature in this real account of his life.
It’s Sherwood Forest and one man is looking after the nation’s money. No, not Robin Hood, but his money man – Leonard du Somoney [Len d for short] While Robin robs the rich, someone has to control it before it’s doled out to the poor. Friar Tuck, Maid Marian and that evil Sheriff of Nottingham will naturally make guest appearance as well as Richard the Lionheart and the Crusades, knights, castles, dungeons . Plenty of information about the measly middle ages as well as the odd joke or two about robin’ banks!
The Sherwood Forest Visitors’ Centre is the second most visited tourist attraction outside London, after Alton Towers. There is an enormous amount of interest in Robin Hood worldwide, but particularly amongst children in England.
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MAN OR MYTH?
Branch manager tells all
Newly discovered, leaf-stained bits of paper reveal that Robin Hood was a 'real' person. Meticulously-kept records by a certain Len du Somoney give us astonishing details of the financial dealings of Robin Hood and his band of outlaws. They also give a unique picture of life during the reign of Richard the Lionheart in the measley Middle Ages.
Merry men and mad monks
Kings and Knights
Barons and bigshots
Coronations and Crusades
• Taxes and tyrants
• Friar Tuck, Maid Marian, Little John, Will Scarlet, the Sheriff of Nottingham
and many, many more!
Steve Barlow and Steve Skidmore are both teachers of English and Drama in Leicestershire. They have written numerous books for both the trade and the educational markets including Mad Myths for Puffin; Impact Play series for Heinemann and teenage fiction for Piccadilly Press and Puffin.
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Book Description Harper Collins Childs, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0006945910