In one of the first books to feature time-travel, a mechanic from nineteenth century New England is knocked out during a fight and wakes up in Camelot. He decides that with all of his knowledge of the modern world, he should be able to run the whole country himself in three weeks.
The playground is no what it used to be. Nadia is charging a Playground Tax for all of the fun things, and Robin refuses to pay. Not only does Robin not get to play on the playground, but she can't even hang out with her best friend, Mary Ann, because they haven't spoken since the school year started. When Robin decides to take justice into her own hands, she faces the fury of Assistant Principal Johnson, and becomes the outlaw of Nottingham Elementary.
Sorry for the radio silence over here - I injured my arm while I was in France and then was not able to get it taken care of, and (long story short) I wasn't able to move for the first two weeks of August and today is the first day that I've actually pulled out my laptop and typed anything in over a month. But! I have been reading! Because I haven't really been able to do anything else. Here's an update: