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by Helen Craig,Nigel Gray
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  • Author:
    Helen Craig,Nigel Gray
  • ISBN:
    0316325783
  • ISBN13:
    978-0316325783
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  • Publisher:
    Olympic Marketing Corp; 1st American ed edition (September 1, 1987)
  • Pages:
    16 pages
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    4.4
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Nigel Gray (Goodreads Author), Helen Craig (Illustrator).

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Helen is a secondary character of Craig of the Creek. So far, she has only appeared in "Doorway to Helen". Helen is a young girl that Craig writes to in the recent episode "Doorway to Helen". She uses notes to communicate, and it's believed that she lives in another dimension. It's unknown if Helen actually lives in another dimension, but she writes that when she visits the Trading Tree, she calls it the "Ghost Town Tree". This may be because she visits late.

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Helen Craig (born 30 August 1934) is an English children's book illustrator and writer. She is best known for creating the Angelina Ballerina series of children's books with writer Katharine Holabird.

Helen Craig (born 30 August 1934) is an English children's book illustrator and writer. Craig was born in London, evacuated during World War II and educated in Essex, then from 1943 at King Alfred's School in Hertfordshire, then in London.

But Robin Hood took Little John’s rough, brown fist in his white hands, and .

But Robin Hood took Little John’s rough, brown fist in his white hands, and chid him softly, in his low, weak voice, asking him since what time Little John had thought of doing harm to women, even in vengeance. They saw no one, for the sisters were all hidden away from sight, having been frightened by Little John’s words. Up the stone stair they ran, and a great sound of weeping was presently heard. The book reshaped Robin Hood as a figure compatible with American ideals, passing him on to the worldwide influence of Hollywood: Pyle’s dialogue for Robin’s fight on the bridge with Little John reappears in the 1938 Errol Flynn film.

Robin Hood books worth reading: ‘Robin Hood’s Dawn’ by Olivia Longueville. A Brief History of Robin Hood by Nigel Cawthorne. Robin Hood: the unknown Templar by John Paul Davis. With a unique plot, this series breathes new life into the tales of Robin Hood. Not only are there novels upon novels of Robin Hood retellings, but interesting books about the legend of Robin Hood itself. These books go into the history behind the English Folktale and the ballads themselves. Looking into the Legend itself: The Outlaws of Medieval Legend by Maurice Keen.

How Robin Hood Came to Be an Outlaw . 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. No archer ever lived that could speed a gray goose shaft with such skill and cunning as his, nor were there ever such yeomen as the sevenscore merry men that roamed with him through the greenwood shades.

Robin Hood creates chaos in the palace, lures the king and queen and their soldiers into the forest, and is hailed as a hero by the poor.