Robin Hood and Little John by Barbara Cohen

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One day, while in search of adventure, brave bowsman Robin Hood comes face to face with a huge man who challenges him to prove who is the ""better man,"" and finds not only a worthy opponent but a true friend known as Little John.
 

About Barbara Cohen

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Barbara Cohen authored "The Carp in the Bathtub, " a Passover story that critics dubbed a modern classic. She's also the author of "Yussel's Prayer: A Yom Kippur Story, " awarded the 1983 Association of Jewish Librarians Book Award and the 1983 National Jewish Book Award for picture books. Highly regarded for her novels as well, which include "Thank You, Jackie Robinson" and "King of the Seventh Grade, " and recipient of the 1983 National Jewish Book Award for children s fiction, Barbara Cohen received the Sydney Taylor Body-of-Work Award presented by the Association of Jewish Librarians. She died in 1992.
 
Published September 12, 1995 by Philomel. 1 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Cohen's (Molly's Pilgrim) posthumously published tale makes a picture book out of a central development in the Robin Hood canon-how Little John became Robin Hood's ``best friend and right-hand man.''

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Cohen's (Molly's Pilgrim) posthumously published tale makes a picture book out of a central development in the Robin Hood canon-how Little John became Robin Hood's ``best friend and right-hand man.'' The author brings verve and rhythm to the familiar story of Robin's solo meeting with John Little...

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