Robin Hood and His Adventures (Illustrated Edition)

Robin Hood and His Adventures (Illustrated Edition)

by Paul Creswick, N. C. Wyeth

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Drawing from the rich and varied lore surrounding the beloved outlaw, this spirited reworking of Robin Hood's many adventures is a vibrant introduction to Friar Tuck, Little John, Maid Marian, the Sheriff of Nottingham, and, of course, Robin Hood, the hero whose generosity and sense of justice continue to intrigue readers today as much as they did eight hundred years ago. Unlike many other books on Robin Hood, this version traces our hero from young boy to his death.

This edition of the book contains all 14 original illustrations, rejuvenated.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158530333
Publisher: Philadelphia: David McRay, Publisher, 1917
Publication date: 05/22/2016
Series: Classics , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 463 KB

About the Author

James Paul Creswick was born in 1866 in Kingston on Thames, Surrey. He died in Hove
on April 13th, 1947, aged 80.

Paul was the oldest son and one of five children of James and Frances Creswick. His education is unknown. But, by 1901, Paul had successfully combined his employment in the insurance industry with writing; he had seven books published between 1895 and 1901.

Over the next 10 years he had 10 additional books published while still working in the insurance industry.

During WW I, Creswick had two roles: Commandant of Kent 33, a men’s detachment, and Chief Transport Officer for the County of Kent.

He resumed writing in 1924, and published his last work in 1928.

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