First published in 1921, "Robin Hood", by American author J. Walker McSpadden, is one of the most widely read and enduring editions of these timeless legends. The story of young Robert Fitzooth and his transformation into the honorable and generous gentleman robber is familiar to readers the world over and has been adapted for stage and screen countless times. McSpadden has included all of the thrilling adventures and celebrated characters that make the Robin Hood tales so entertaining, including the stories of each of the merry men as they enter Robin Hood's service, the humorous exchange with Little John over a footbridge, the dangerous encounters with the cruel Sheriff of Nottingham, the rescue of damsels in distress, Robin Hood's amazing skills at archery, and the long-awaited appearance of King Richard the Lionhearted. Written in a lively and entertaining style and brimming with romance, chivalry, and adventure, "Robin Hood" transports readers to the Sherwood Forest of long-ago England and the fascinating exploits of the brave and daring champion of the downtrodden and unfortunate. Audiences, young and old alike, will enjoy this classic edition of the story of the famed English outlaw and his loyal band of merry men. This edition is printed on premium acid-free paper.