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Springer, Nancy.
New York : Philomel Books, 2001.
IL 5-8, RL 7.1
ISBN 0399233687
Sherwood Forest has always been a setting associated with the exciting stories of Robin Hood and his Merry Men. Now add the magic of fairies, young people who do not seem to belong, and a young girl with the strength and determination to keep them all safe while finding out her true origins. The perils of the forest, the evil intentions of men, and their own lack of knowledge, challenge this group at every turn of the road. Come with them and learn the old ways.  (Jean B. Bellavance for Pennsylvania Young Reader's Choice Awards, 2003-2004)
SUBJECTS:     Robin Hood (Legendary character) -- Fiction.
                        Fathers and daughters -- Fiction.
                        Sex role -- Fiction.
                        Elves -- Fiction.
                        Middle Ages -- Fiction.
                        Adventure and adventurers -- Fiction.


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