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Suitable for 9 - 12 years

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Product Description

A box of the Bard. Heaps of funny drama, with Tony Ross’s cheeky pictures all the way through. Expect all the intrigue, humour and excitement of the original plays, in brand-new funny stories full of gags and cheeky artwork. (You can see that Tony Ross had heaps of fun drawing Shakey’s famous characters.) All supplied in a handsome box set to dress up your bookshelf. What’s not to like?

  • Funny short stories retelling key Shakespeare plays
  • Sixteen books with hilarious pictures by Tony Ross
  • Faithful retellings which clarify the original plays
  • Kids and teachers love this bestselling series

Product Details

Catalogue number

5690 in Schools Catalogue 2017/18 and 1301 in Christmas UK Online 2017

Format

Paperback, Slip Case

ISBN

9781408313053

Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Tony Ross

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    cupcake5
    on 5 May 2016

    i found it a bit dumbed down and doesn’t really reflect Shakespeare

    3out of 5
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    justbecauseimnerdy
    on 4 March 2014

    These books are aimed at younger children, but are fantastic for old and young alike for easily explaining the plots of Shakespeare works in ways that are easy to understand. Hamlet especially is very good. My only complaint is that sometimes they miss out important plot points. Overall, the illustrations are great and the stories are even better!

    4out of 5