Tales of Rowan Hood
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The cover of the first book.
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The Tales of Rowan Hood are a series of five books by Nancy Springer. The first book, which was published in 2001 by Philomel Books, focuses on a young girl who dresses as a boy and goes to join Robin Hood's men, in part because her father is Robin Hood.
Rowan Hood: Outlaw Girl of Sherwood Forest (2001)
The book features a young girl named Rosemary, the daughter of Robin Hood and a healer. When her mother, Celandine, is burned alive in her home as a witch, Rosemary disguises herself as a boy, adopts the name Rowan, and leaves to find her father. Along the way she meets a dog she names Tykell, and the minstrel Lionel. She is accidentally spotted by Guy of Gisborne, who is enraged when she refuses to give her bow and arrows to him.
Lionclaw: A Tale of Rowan Hood (2001)
Outlaw Princess of Sherwood: A Tale of Rowan Hood (2003)
Ettarde escapes an arranged marriage and rescues her mother from her abusive husband.
Wild Boy: A Tale of Rowan Hood (2004)
Tod, the son of the sheriff of Nottingham, is captured by Robin Hood's group, and caught in a man trap.
Rowan Hood Returns: The Final Chapter (2005)
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