Er ist der König der Diebe, und getreu seinem Motto nimmt er von den Reichen und gibt den Armen: Robin Hood. Mit seinen Räubergefährten taucht er überall dort auf, wo Unrecht geschieht, kämpft auf der Seite der Schwachen und Unterdrückten und steht seinem König, Richard Löwenherz, treu zur Seite.
Er nimmt den Reichen und gibt den Armen: Robin Hood, der König vom Sherwood Forest. Als Rebell vom Sheriff von Nottingham verfolgt, geliebt von der schönen Marian, erlebt der Rächer der Rechtlosen zusammen mit seinen Freunden gefährliche und auch lustige Abenteuer.
The Story of the Champions of the Round Table is a 1905 novel by the American illustrator and writer Howard Pyle. The audiobook consists of many Arthurian legends, including those concerning of the young Sir Launcelot, Sir Tristram, and Sir Percival.
Robin Hood ist der König der Diebe, und getreu seinem Motto nimmt er von den Reichen und gibt den Armen: Robin Hood. Mit seinen Räubergefährten taucht er überall dort auf, wo Unrecht geschieht, kämpft unerschrocken auf der Seite der Schwachen und Unterdrückten und steht seinem König, Richard Löwenherz, treu zur Seite. Robin Hoods Aktivitäten ziehen das Missfallen des berüchtigten Sheriffs von Nottingham auf sich, der in Robin, dem „König des Sherwood Forest“, sehr bald seinen ärgsten Feind sieht.
This audiobook tells the legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. It begins with Sir Geraint, whose exploits corrected the wrongs of an earldom. Then the narrative shows how the Holy Grail was achieved by Sir Galahad, the son of Sir Launcelot. Finally, this audiobook portrays the final days of King Arthur’s life, and how after doing battle for his crown, he was slain.
Sir Launcelot and His Companions consists of many series of episodes in the legend of the chief knight of the Round Table, Sir Lancelot, and many of his friends, including the Lady Elaine, Sir Ewaine, and Sir Gareth.
10 Masterpieces You Have to Read Before You Die, Vol.4
(Fantasy for Children): Gulliver's Travels, The Secret Garden, Peter Pan, Wizard of Oz, Robin Hood and Others
Jonathan Swift, Lewis Carroll, Frances Burnett, und andere
J.C. Lewis, Sarah Rife, Paul Gibson, und andere
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Full of mythical creatures, legendary quests, and daring heroes, these fantasy books are sure to leave your kids enchanted and spellbound. So enjoy one of these epic adventures, absorbing mysteries, and magical tales that are sure to delight and bewitch. No matter how old you are, it's never too early to start reading fantasy - especially with so many incredible works out there! And of course, bolstered by a kid's imagination, these stories can truly come to life, which arguably makes children the ideal audience for the genre.
For hundreds of years, the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table has been one of the world's most precious literary possessions. In 1902, the distinguished American artist Howard Pyle undertook to retell and illustrate this classic. His four-volume work has long been considered one of the outstanding interpretations of the Arthurian cycle.
American author Howard Pyle (who also wrote The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood) weaves the tales of chivalrous knights, the magic sword of Excalibur, the magician Merlin the Wise, and the legendary Arthur, later to become King of Britain. Pyle describes bouts of jousting and knightly jealousies played out in grand style.
Here are American author Howard Pyle's exciting and hilarious tales of Robin Hood and his merry band of outlaws, who reigned over Sherwood Forest doing many good deeds for the poor - and deserved misdeeds to the pompous and haughty rich.
The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood of Great Renown in Nottinghamshire is an 1883 novel by the American illustrator and writer Howard Pyle. Consisting of a series of episodes in the story of the English outlaw Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men, the novel compiles traditional material into a coherent narrative in a colorful, invented "old English" idiom that preserves some flavor of the ballads, and adapts it for children.
Here are the beloved adventures of the mischievous hero Robin Hood and his brave and merry band of outlaws, who forged a chivalrous code to protect the oppressed and despoil the oppressors. Follow along as Robin makes his breathtaking escapes from his archenemy, the Sheriff of Nottingham, while classic characters like Friar Tuck, Will Scarlet, and Little John create one hilarious escapade after another.
He robbed from the rich and gave to the poor, and had escapades enough to please any adventure-loving child. Now even the youngest listeners can have the chance to enter Sherwood Forest with Robin's band of merry men, and meet such unforgettable characters as Friar Tuck, Little John, Allan-a-Dale, the nasty Sheriff of Nottingham, and wicked King John. Every moment of the story is filled with action and excitement.
Howard Pyle's heroic version of Robin Hood begins after a conflict with some foresters leads to Robin of Locksley becoming the outlaw famous for stealing from the rich and giving to the poor. Each chapter tells a different tale of Robin as he recruits Merry Men, resists the authorities, and aids his fellow man. Pyle's version includes the popular stories of Little John and Robin's staff fight, Friar Tuck's besting of Robin, Robin's collusion with Allan-a-Dale, and several of his conflicts with the Sheriff of Nottingham.
A timeless hero and a giver to the people, the beloved character of Robin Hood comes alive in the novel by Howard Pyle. Published in 1883, the book follows the charismatic English outlaw on his adventures with his Merry Men as they navigate the forest as well as other important locations in Nottingham. Throughout each section of the book, Robin Hood must evade getting caught by police and other authority figures, for he has been classified a criminal by the people in power.
Arrrgh me hearties! Treat yourself to these rousing tales of mayhem on the Spanish Main. Listen to the history of pirates, buccaneers, marooners, and their exploits, along with several interpretive biographies of encounters with REAL pirates, including Henry Morgan, Blackbeard, and others.
In Merry England, in the time of old when good King Henry the Second ruled the land, there lived within the green glades of Sherwood Forest near Nottingham Town a famous outlaw whose name was Robin Hood. He stole from the rich and gave to the poor, and in so doing became an undying symbol of virtue.
The story of the wily Robin Hood and his Merry Men has been passed down in oral legend, movies, and even a TV series. This reading of Howard Pyle's 1883 book The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood relates all the joys, woes, and adventures of the thief who "robbed from the rich to give to the poor".