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Have you ever felt like the whole world is out to get you – but everything would change if they all knew exactly what you have to offer? That's exactly how Robin Goodfellow feels at the start of this story – but when he receives some magical fairy powers, the world has one more lesson for him...
Featuring a character of English folklore who even made his way into Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream, this Epic Tale has plenty of fun and learning for your young learners too!
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This story is based on an English folk tale adapted by Chip Colquhoun for his book Cambridgeshire Folk Tales for Children, which you can find at https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cambridgeshire-Folk-Tales-Children-Colquhoun/dp/0750967277
The tale is read here by Erika Sanderson (erikasanderson.com).
Illustration by Erica Terry-Rose.
This audio is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 4.0 Licence.