Shakespeare Stories Slipcase Set

The Bard… but not so hard. These great retellings are full of crazy drama and so funny that Tony Ross did pictures all the way through. All the intrigue, humour and excitement of the original plays. In brand new funny stories full of gags and cheeky line artwork (you can see that artist Tony Ross had heaps of fun drawing Shakey’s famous characters.) All supplied in a handsome boxed set. What’s not to like?

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  • What do i do if i only want to read the richard iii one and have read 2 others at my old school

    27 September 2013

  • Great set of books, that anyone would enjoy, well mostly girls in my opinion! you’ll find yourself reading them all in one night! :)

    5 March 2013

  • we’re doing the tempest in school

    4 March 2013

  • liked it

    In my class we have three of these packs and so far i have read Hamlet and a bit of Mackbeth and Too much ado about nothing. We have also been reading the Romeo and Juliet play and watching the film which stars leonardo de caprio. It is also going to be our leavers assembly (Hopefully i wont be Juliet or Lady Capulet)

    23 June 2012

  • This is really good. It makes the plays and stories really easy to read and the illustrations are very funny! I like Romeo and Juliet a lot and it is probably my favourite of all of them!

    7 March 2012

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