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Friar Tuck's Guide to Sherwood Forest By Ron Laughlin
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I have written what I believe is how life works for all of us. It is a book that should give you, in the end, more questions than answers. The answers given within are there to stimulate your... More > thinking processes, make you question what you may have before taken for granted or overlooked. Friar Tuck was used as the Guide because I felt no one would feel intimidated by this character. He represents good but not without all the human foibles we each demonstrate in our average lifestyle. He enjoys life and is held in high esteem for his honesty and integrity. He does not apply guilt or judgement, or become overbearing and pompous with his answers. Sherwood Forest is life itself as we live it, all the twists and turns, the known and the unknowns. The Traveller is all of us wandering blindly through life having been put off once too often letting cynicism lead the way.< Less
A Leaf In the Wind - From Sherwood Forest to the Amazon Jungle. By Christopher Bark
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A Journey deep into Nature, Shamanism and Alternate Realities. It describes the author's roots and early travels. Followed by, a lifetime of travel adventures into India and the Peruvian Amazon,... More > among others. A major theme is the writer's use of psychedelic plants and his progression into the ancient world of Shamanism. An incredible story told with honesty and humour.< Less
A Leaf In The Wind - From Sherwood Forest to the Amazon Jungle. By Christopher Bark
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A Journey deep into Nature, Shamanism and Alternate Realities. It describes the author's roots and early travels. Followed by, a lifetime of travel adventures into India and the Peruvian Amazon,... More > among others. A major theme is the writer's use of psychedelic plants and his progression into the ancient world of Shamanism. An incredible story told with honesty and humour.< Less
The Song of Sherwood Trilogy By Edward Philip White
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Courage, chivalry, helping the poor, and standing against overwhelming odds are among our highest aspirations. The Song of Sherwood Trilogy by Edward Philip White imagines and magnifies these ideals... More > through the adventures of three generations descended from the original heroes of legendary Sherwood Forest. Book one, Song of Sherwood; book two, The Quest for Prester John; and book three, The Fountain of Goliath are also available as individual paperbacks and as downloadable PDF's by searching for their titles at this website.< Less
The Song of Sherwood Trilogy By Edward Philip White
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Courage, chivalry, helping the poor, and standing against overwhelming odds are among our highest aspirations. The Song of Sherwood Trilogy by Edward Philip White imagines and magnifies these ideals... More > through the adventures of three generations descended from the original heroes of legendary Sherwood Forest. Book one, Song of Sherwood; book two, The Quest for Prester John; and book three, The Fountain of Goliath are also available as individual paperbacks and as downloadable PDF's by searching for their titles at this website.< Less
Natasha and the Tree By Sherwood Moody
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In the sterile suburb of Smile Valley—feeling as if her neighborhood is blaming her for her mother’s death—including her father, brother, and stepmother—eleven-year-old... More > Natasha embarks on a journey into the mouth of a talking tree growing outside her house, a tree that promises Natasha a magical future in becoming a Druid. Inside this world, Natasha discovers an evil company run by an old woman named Mom; the Skinless Man; Rex, a big-nosed midget who carries a whip at all times; and a winged, horned lady named Demola. This company, Natasha quickly discovers, kidnaps children in a UFO and transports them to Alien Headquarters where it forces them onto a conveyor belt machine and turns them into mindless, working adults, all the while unleashing giant bats destroying entire forests planning to flood the entire world with a sea of dragon blood.< Less
Natasha and the Tree By Sherwood Moody
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In the sterile suburb of Smile Valley—feeling as if her neighborhood is blaming her for her mother’s death—including her father, brother, and stepmother—eleven-year-old... More > Natasha embarks on a journey into the mouth of a talking tree growing outside her house, a tree that promises Natasha a magical future in becoming a Druid. Inside this world, Natasha discovers an evil company run by an old woman named Mom; the Skinless Man; Rex, a big-nosed midget who carries a whip at all times; and a winged, horned lady named Demola. This company, Natasha quickly discovers, kidnaps children in a UFO and transports them to Alien Headquarters where it forces them onto a conveyor belt machine and turns them into mindless, working adults, all the while unleashing giant bats destroying entire forests planning to flood the entire world with a sea of dragon blood.< Less
Diana, Princess of the Royal Forest of the Peak; From Domesday to Derbyshire with the Eyres, Fanshawes, Featherstonehaughs, and Fanchers By Patrick Fancher
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The author draws upon Peak Forest legends to unite readers with Diana Eyre’s spirit. A phantom wind ushers the memory of Diana into the forest where she recants her visits to the place of... More > which the King had given authority to her ancestors. She shares treading upon thoroughfares carved out by the Romans. She recollects walks through the dark canopied forest of Hope, Derwent Valley, and Sherwood Forest, the retreat of Robin Hood. She gasps at thoughts of Henry VIII’s doings during Reformation. She recalls Eyre monuments in Hathersage Churchyard near Little John’s grave, and foresees Hathersage as the setting for the book “Jane Eyre”. As Diana relives history and superstitious tales, an elusive wolf lets out a chilling howl. The story nears its close as the wolf’s distant cry breaks the wind’s spell, and provokes it into fits of aggravated maneuverings. Seemingly, at the behest of nature’s call, the wind, having sensed it’s completed mission, takes Diana’s memories back to their former hidden realm.< Less
Robin Hood King's Quest By Ian Shimwell
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The powerful Council of Nobles are humbled by an enigmatic cloaked figure. A unique felled tree, deep in the heart of Sherwood Forest, holds the secret to a revolutionary bow. The Sheriff of... More > Nottingham aims to cleverly meld those two events into one dramatic vision: to be finally rid of Robin Hood and his band of irritating outlaws. And he is more than willingly assisted by the menacing, and Robin’s rival for the affections of Marion, Sir Guy of Gisbourne…< Less
The Ducks of Rufford By Gavin McIntosh & Oskar McIntosh
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Five ducklings spend their first year exploring and adventuring in and around the lake at Rufford Abbey, a ruin in the middle of Sherwood forest. At times comical, at times thrilling the story is a... More > tender observation of the changing seasons.< Less

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