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Robin Hood And The Golden Arrow (edição 2010)

por Robert D. San Souci (Autor), Earl B. Lewis (Ilustrador)

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Retells, in easy text, of the Sheriff of Nottingham's plot to hold an archery contest in order to capture the outlaw Robin Hood, but Robin and his band of merry men arrive in disguise with a plan of their own.
Membro:J.Peterson
Título:Robin Hood And The Golden Arrow
Autores:Robert D. San Souci (Autor)
Outros autores:Earl B. Lewis (Ilustrador)
Informação:Orchard Books (2010), 32 pages
Colecções:A sua biblioteca
Avaliação:****
Etiquetas:fiction, fantasy, Fairy tale, camaraderie, trickery, young audiences reading from grade 3, young audiences(1-3), EB Lewis

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This fairy tale is as old as the Sherwood Forest itself. Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men have once again claimed victory over the evil sheriff of Nottingham. Unable to capture Robin Hood or any of his men, the sheriff devised a plan that would ensnare Hood and his men. There was to be an archery contest with an arrow made of pure gold to be given to the winner. Friar Tuck no doubt knew that it was a trick. But how could they win the contest and still not get caught? Robin and the others donned themselves with colors other than green, disguised how they looked, and entered from all different directions. Surely they would not be noticed. After the contest was won by the "stranger", and he was presented with the golden arrow, he was asked by the sheriff to join his army. He refused. Robin still needed the sheriff to know that he was the stranger who had won the golden arrow. With a poem tied to the arrow, Robin shot it to land right at the King's table. After reading the poem, the sheriff only found out what Robin Hood had been knowing all along. Good always prevails. ( )
  J.Peterson | Apr 18, 2020 |
Robin and his friends are the heroes of the town but the sheriff thinks otherwise and wants to capture them. He plans of having an archery contest this way he will find robin and his friends by their green outfits. They came disguised and won and they were the winners of the day. I really like how the illustrator makes use of both pages to make one whole scene. It makes the reader really feel like they are part of that scene. The illustrator also really defined lines or outlines with his art making the drawings seem really soft and dreamy and this really makes the reader feel like they are a part of this fantasy story. Much like other E. B Lewis stories this has a realistic theme to it. ( )
  Nattamari | Sep 4, 2018 |
The Sheriff of Nottingham puts on an archery contest to trap Robin Hood and his merry men. Well, Robin Hood and his men get into disguises and go win the Golden Arrow. ( )
  lferguson17 | Feb 10, 2018 |
The artistic detail of the pictures will make this book a delight to read to younger students. In addition, the tales of Robin Hood and his Merry Men will entertain students with their adventures and good deeds.
  BuoyR | Jul 13, 2016 |
In my opinion, this is a fantastic book. I liked it for three reasons. First of all, the language in the book is descriptive and makes the reader imagine and feel the senses being portrayed. To demonstrate this, the book states, “The Sheriff viewed the event from his seat on a magnificent milk white horse.” From this, the reader gains a visual sense of the setting and feels as if he or she is physically in the book. Second, the plot of the book is organized and easy to follow. The book begins with “Robin and his men [trading] their familiar green outfits…” in order to enter the contest and outsmart the sheriff. It continues as Robin Hood’s “arrow struck dead center” and won the contest, and it ends as the men “returned to Sherwood, where many more adventures awaited them.” The linear, sequential order of events in the story allows the reader to follow along and comprehend the text on a deeper level. Third, the warm, earth-tone illustrations in the book enhance the story. When “Robin dressed as a beggar in red rags, with an eye patch, and dyed his yellow hair and beard brown”, there is a picture supporting the text description of exactly what Robin Hood transformed into with his new disguise. The warm, earth-tone colors symbolize the wilderness, rugged masculine lifestyle that makes up Robin Hood. Overall, the main idea of the story is that people should never be afraid to seek and accept challenges that might seem difficult. People should use their strengths and skills in order to be successful, and they shouldn’t let others stop them. ( )
  shill11 | Oct 5, 2015 |
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