Young Marian's Adventures In Sherwood Forest

Young Marian s Adventures In Sherwood Forest Thirteen year old Marian and her friend Robin team up to rescue her father whom the Sheriff has wrongly condemned to death

  • Title: Young Marian's Adventures In Sherwood Forest
  • Author: Stephen Mooser
  • ISBN: 9780881662771
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Paperback
  • Thirteen year old Marian and her friend Robin team up to rescue her father whom the Sheriff has wrongly condemned to death.

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    397 thoughts on “Young Marian's Adventures In Sherwood Forest

    • Marian is supposed to be an amazing role model in this book, but mostly I just found her to be annoying. It is very far off the Robin Hood stories. My 9- and 10-year-old boys said they liked the story okay. Young Marian’s Adventures in Sherwood Forest isn’t a total waste of time to read, but it’s not a must-read either.


    • 3.5 rating, so I rounded up. I was really surprised to see that this had no ratings. It really is quite an enjoyable book. It was the first that I had ever found that portrayed Marian as a strong character, vivacious and lively, strong and courageous. She was not just "Maid Marian" waiting to be rescued and fall in love, but instead she was a young girl whose best friend in all the world was her neighbor, Robin of Locksley, heir to a great estate. Her father was a magistrate and her mother, the [...]


    • This is a fast-moving middle-grade book aimed at girls, though as an action story (with a young Robin Hood as a character) it could have cross-over appeal. The ending was well-plotted and satisfying, but much of the novel was uninspired, with the feel of a book in the middle of a long series. This novel has already been successful, so it has found its audience--I suspect they are drawn to the main character more than anything. Marian is quick and smart and fearless and loyal, which makes her att [...]


    • Screw this book.Marian is an idiot. A straight up moron, and she's the one that's supposed to be a Strong Female Character role model for girls? No effing way.Every decision is makes, and I mean EVERY ONE, is stupid. It is an obvious train wreck waiting to happen. Not once, not twice, BUT EVERYTIME SHE MAKES A CHOICE it backfires and gets them into even more trouble. It's so OBVIOUSLY a bad plan, but this idiot girl cannot see it. She doesn't listen when others tell her that as well. Girls to th [...]


    • "Young Marian's Adventures in Sherwood Forest " was a great little children's book about the famous folk heroes Robin Hood and Maid Marian. It's a fun book about a young girl standing up for justice & saving the day from the big baddies. :D the whole book focuses on a teenage maid Marian as she & her trusty pal Robin outsmart the sheriff of Nottingham and his band of bumbling idiots I mean soldiers. :) Little to no attention is given to the historical part of the novel. Three times it me [...]


    • When thirteen-year-old Maid Marian learns of the most recent round of levies that will leave her friends and villagers destitute, she cooks up a plan, with Robin’s help, to turn the tax collectors’ bounty into sticks and dirt and, yes, poop while returning the goods to the people. But her plan backfires with the sheriff of Nottingham learns of it and goes at her home to arrest her. Only her father’s gold saves her from the dungeon. But she has another trick up her sleeve to get that gold b [...]


    • A middle school level book aimed at giving girls someone to root for. Here, Marian is both the merry trickster character, grinning at the villains as she tricks them with word play and sleight of hand, as well as the heroine who rallies the people to save themselves and makes desperate last minute gambles to try and get everyone out alive.I was actually surprised how high the stakes were raised in a book aimed at 10 year olds – one minute Marian’s playing fortune telling tricks, the next she [...]


    • 3.5 stars.I read this over and over as a 9/10 year old. I appreciated Marian taking action and not being the girl who sat around, waiting for Robin to come save her. Marian's best friend is Robin of Locksley and, while he isn't a wuss, he certainly isn't as daring or inclined to go off "having adventures". They have a sweet friendship as I remember.Cute,fun, enjoyable read.


    • This book is a good read for young girls as the heroine is a good example of how one can stand up for what is right.If you enjoy this book you may want to next pick up one of the books in the Girls to the Rescue series.


    • Very fun fast read. I thought it was a great story about Robin and Marian. Made me smile all the tricks they played. Cute story.



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