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07/15/2013

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Mrs_KarenC

always looking for books for my older students who love reading but need more variety. this is one book I will add to the list, have a great day

BookwormTales

Great find! Thanks for sharing - I love finding ways to teach Shakespeare, and this certainly fits the bill.

Thanks - visiting via Kid Lit Blog Hop

Brittany

Cheryl Carpinello

What English teacher wouldn't be attracted to Shakespeare in any format? Wish this had been available for my high school students. Thanks for sharing on the Kid Lit Blog Hop. Cheryl, Hop Hostess.

WeBeReading

I definitely find that pairing a book like this with a classic makes the classic more accessible. When Z is ready for reading Shakespeare, I'll definitely remember this one!

Juxtabook

Thanks for stopping by taking the time to comment,

Mrs_KarenC, Brittany and Cheryl - yes a book like this almost makes me wish I was still teaching.

Kristen - yes, I think my daughter is the same age as your son and it will be very useful. Time to look out for a suitable production of A Midsummer Night's Dream!

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