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Horribly Famous: William Shakespeare and his Dramatic Acts Award-winning author/illustrator

by Andrew Donkin (author) and Clive Goddard (illustrator)

Suitable for 8 - 12 years

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Product description

You’ve probably heard of William Shakespeare. He is dead famous for: writing a few plays, having a bit of a way with words, and creating characters like romantic Romeo and murderous Macbeth. But did you know that our Will did a seven-year vanishing act, nearly had his head chopped off by the Queen, and nicked an entire theatre? Yes – even though he’s dead, Shakey’s still full of surprises! Now you can get the inside story with William’s secret diary, read the news of the day in the Shakespearean Sun, and prepare to be amazed as the curtain is raised on Shakespeare’s most dramatic acts!

Product Details

Series

Horribly Famous

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407111773

Date published

April 5th, 2010

Other details
  • 176 pages
Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Andrew Donkin

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What kids think

  1. bookaholic202
    on 6 March 2014

    Did you know some people think Shakespeare didn’t really write those plays? Find more facts in this great book.

  2. natashakrywald
    on 9 March 2013

    very good and informative

  3. Paradise56
    on 8 March 2013

    this book is really good way of learning about history