Think you know everything there is to know about Robin Hood and his Merry Men? Well, think again! Before they were grown-ups battling the nasty Sheriff of Nottingham, this famous band of heroes were normal boys with normal names just like you and me. So how did they come to be called Robin Hood, Friar Tuck, Will Scarlett and Little John? Well, it's quite a story, and certainly not one for the faint-hearted! Other titles in the series are: "A Footballer Called Flip" (0340 778903); "The Magic Sneeze" (0340 778911); "Boy Racer" (0 340 77892X); "Aliens Stole My Dog" (0340 778938) and "Whizz the Fleabag" (0340 778946).
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Ian Whybrow is a teacher at a school in Harrow where he is head of sixth form. The most important thing to him in his writing is that it reads aloud brilliantly and that there is something in it for everyone - young and adult readers as well. Ian's other titles for Hodder Children's books include the picture books, LITTLE WONDER and JUMP IN! THE ILLUSTRATOR Tony Ross is internationally renowned as one of Britain's most highly-acclaimed children's book illustrators. His work for Hodder includes the bestselling Read Alone title RED EYES AT NIGHT, written by Michael Morpurgo.Review:
These funny, inventive, high quality stories touch on subjects dear to boys' hearts...Wonderful stuff, with plenty to please both sexes. -- TES Primary, Dec 00 Full of adventure and humour, these are not just for boys, but for all young readers who love aliens, heroes, football and go-karting -- The London Parents Guide, Dec 2000 Wacky and inventive, this is a real boys' page turner -- Belfast Telegraph High action, high adventure and brilliant humour! -- East Anglian Daily Times
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Book Description Hodder Children's Books, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Tony Ross (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M0340778954