Robin Hood and the Baron of Bottomly
Summary: Alan-a-Dale tells of a time Friar Tuck brought news of a new bread tax to Robin Hood and his Merry Men. Little John suggests robbing a rich merchant and giving the money to the poor so they can buy bread, but Robin says he hasn't seen any lately. A traveler, fearing being robbed, reports his money has all been taken by the Blue Baron of Bottomly, a tax collector meaner than the Sheriff of Nottingham. They spy the baron bringing money to the castle, but it's only a fraction of what he's collected. Robin disguises himself and tells Prince John that the baron has heaps of gold in his dungeons. The greedy prince tells Sir Hiss to have his men go collect the baron's gold. Robin and Little John infiltrate the baron's castle while the prince's men load a wagon with the gold. Then Robin tricks them and steals the wagon and distributes the money to the poor people of Bottomly, Nottingham, and Sherwood Forest.
Summary: A girl shows her friends what America's most beautiful doll can do.
The Enchanted Sword
(reprinted from Robin Hood (A Golden Special) 96151) Summary: Alan-a-Dale tells of a time that Robin hood promised to dine with Maid Marian while she was on holiday near Sherwood Forest. Little John goes with him to meet her, but he makes them run the whole way, afraid that Lady Kluck will eat all the food. When they arrive, they find the ladies missing, but there is a ransom note from Croc the Crafty demanding the Enchanted Sword for their return. Robin travels to the castle of the Mystic Moors to retrieve it despite legends of evil spirits. He is attacked by giant ravens, but luckily Little John followed him and beats back the birds in the nick of time. They solve a puzzle to find the hidden sword, then bring it to the kidnappers. They outwit the crooks and Robin tosses the sword into a quicksand bog so it will never fall into the wrong hands.
Margie Gets Free Gifts for the Whole Family
Summary: Margie's family and friends think it's a scam, but she sends for and receives a hundred free gifts by mail.
The Whole Family Loves Snoopy
Summary: A boy loves his Snoopy Pencil Sharpener, but hardly gets to use it.