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Fiction Ages 9-12
Pages: 216
Themes: Robin Hood, adventure, medieval England, justice, injustice, social justice, family
Publisher: Cormorant Books
Pub Date: 01/Apr/2019
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Twelve-year-old Pip idolizes Robin Hood and dreams of becoming one of the Merry Men. But to everyone else, Pip is the son of Aldwin of Nottinghamshire, a seller of wool blankets.

Pip and his band of Merry Kids decide to follow Robin Hood's example and battle corruption and help the poor. But unforeseen challenges arise, and Pip and his friends face their biggest challenge in trying to save an innocent family from the sheriff’s dungeon. Along the way, they encounter the real Robin Hood, but Pip soon learns that his real hero has been with him all along.

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