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Robin the Hoodie Product Detail:
- Author : Hans Christian Asbosen
- Publisher : Michael O'Mara Books
- Release : 05 November 2011
- ISBN : 9781843178552
- Page : 171 pages
- Rating : 4.5/5 from 103 voters
Robin the Hoodie Book Summary/Review:
Hans Christian Asbosen is back with more wickedly witty tales of ASBO England. Meet King Harold and William the Conqueror, who sorted their differences over a wet bank holiday weekend on the pier at Hastings. Read of Henry VIII and his six wives - Katherine of Argos, Anne of Slag, Catherine the Strict, Anne of Summers, Svetlana of Moscow and Babs of Windsor. And meet Henry the Sly, responsible for hiding a copy of Norse Sluts inside the Doomsday Book. Discover how Francis Drake thrashed the Spanish Armada after he'd finished with a Plymouth ho. . . All of these tales and many more are retold by Asbosen in his unique way for the twenty-first century. Truly hilarious, Robin the Hoodie is guaranteed to make you laugh out loud at the wickedly warped tales - definitely different to those you were taught at school. These tales of blood, swears and teeth are sure to bring history to life for a whole new generation.