Reading Robin Hood: Post Master List

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This will be the master list for all posts relating to the Reading Robin Hood event at Pages Unbound.  We will provide links to all activities, and all discussion posts or book reviews, whether they are posted here at Pages Unbound or on other event participants’ blogs.  If you have posted for the event and do not see a link to your post here, feel free to leave us a comment or email us so we can add it!

Note that this post has been made “sticky” for the duration of the event, so you will always be able to find it at the top of our homepage.

Informational Posts

Book/Poetry Reviews

Movie and Television Reviews

Discussion Questions

Discussion Posts

Other Activities

Reading Robin Hood: Introduction Post

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July 1-6, 2013, Pages Unbound will be hosting a Reading Robin Hood event!  Any book, movie, or other media relating to Robin Hood is eligible for the events, including retellings.  You may post book reviews, movie reviews, reflections, discussion posts, or anything else related to Robin Hood!

Many thanks to our friend Denise, who suggested a Robin Hood event. She’ll be guest posting with us at Pages Unbound this week!

Ways to Participate

  • If you would like, grab the event button and add it to your blog.
  • Read any book(s) about Robin Hood or watch any film adaptation. (See this post for reading suggestions.)
  • Post a review of the book or film on your own blog anytime during the event.  Let us know about it, and we will add it to a master list post of all the read-along posts and reviews.  (We think this will make it easier to find other bloggers’ posts than using Mr. Linky).
  • If you don’t have a blog and would like to participate, email us at pagesunboundblog@live.com and we will post your reviews or discussion posts as guest posts.
  • Photo Challenge!  Tweet a forest photograph you have taken with the hashtag #ReadRobinHood!  You can also submit other Robin-themed photos, including yourself in costume, archery scenes, etc.  If you don’t have a Twitter account, you can also post to Facebook and tag the Pages Unbound page.
  • The hashtag for the event on Twitter will be #ReadRobinHood.

Giveaway

  • We will be giving away the winner’s choice of a Kindle edition of either The World Above by Cameron Dokey or Scarlet by A. C. Gaughen.
  • The giveaway is open to participants of the Reading Robin Hood event.  You participate by making any Robin Hood related post for the event on your own blog.
  • Each post you write counts for one entry, so you can earn multiple entries.  Participating in the Photo Challenge, if you have also written a post, also counts as one entry.  (i.e. You cannot win if the only thing you do for the event is tweet a photo.)
  • The giveaway winner must be 13 or older, or legally old enough to win in his or her country of residence.
  • We are not responsible for any malfunctions resulting in nondelivery of the prize.
  • The giveaway winner has 48 hrs to respond after being informed he or she has won.  In the case of no response, we will choose another winner.

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Upcoming Event: Reading Robin Hood

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July 1-6, 2013, Pages Unbound will be hosting a Reading Robin Hood event!  Any book, movie, or other media relating to Robin Hood is eligible for the events, including retellings.  You may post book reviews, movie reviews, reflections, discussion posts, or anything else related to Robin Hood!

Many thanks to our friend Denise, who suggested a Robin Hood event.  She’ll be guest posting with us in July!

Ways to Participate

  • If you would like, grab the event button and add it to your blog.
  • Read any book(s) about Robin Hood either now or during the event, July 1-6.
  • Post a review of the book on your own blog anytime during the event.  Let us know about it, and we will add it to a master list post of all the read-along posts and reviews.  (We think this will make it easier to find other bloggers’ posts than using Mr. Linky).
  • If you don’t have a blog and would like to participate, email us at pagesunboundblog@live.com and we will post your reviews or discussion posts as guest posts.
  • Photo Challenge!  Tweet a forest photograph you have taken with the hashtag #ReadRobinHood!  You can also submit other Robin-themed photos, including yourself in costume, archery scenes, etc.
  • If you would like to be in charge of hosting a mini-challenge, a giveaway, discussion questions, or anything else you can think of on your own blog during the event, pick a date in July and email us at pagesunboundblog@live.com.
  • The hashtag for the event on Twitter will be #ReadRobinHood

At Pages Unbound

  • Reviews.
  • Guest Posts.
  • The Master List.
  • A personality quiz.
  • A giveaway (for participants) of a Kindle YA Robin Hood retelling.  Details will be posted during the event.

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Reading Suggestions

Children’s, Middle Grade, YA

  • The World Above by Cameron Dokey
  • Scarlet by A.C. Gaughen
  • Hawksmaid: The Untold Story of Robin Hood and Maid Marian by Kathryn Lasky
  • The Outlaws of Sherwood by Robin McKinley
  • The Star and the Sword by Pamela Melnikoff
  • Rowan Hood: Outlaw Girl of Sherwood Forest by Nancy Springer

More Traditional

  • The Silver Horn of Robin Hood by Donald E. Cooke
  • Robin Hood by Paul Creswick
  • Robin Hood by Alexandre Dumas
  • The Adventures of Robin Hood by Roger Lancelyn Green
  • The Adventures of Robin Hood by J. Walker McSpadden
  • The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood by Howard Pyle

Graphic Novel

  • Outlaw: The Legend of Robin Hood by Tony Lee, Sam Hart (Illustrator), Artur Fujita (Illustrator)

Cameo

  • Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott
  • The Black Arrow by Robert Louis Stevenson