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Tales from Shakespeare... Henry V

Tales from Shakespeare... Henry V (Hardback)

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What fate awaits Henry V and his people? Henry, newly crowned King of England, has decided he deserves to be king of France too...so war against France begins. Follow Henry's difficult journey in this dramatic tale of battle, triumph and loss. QED has chosen four plays to continue the successful Tales from Shakespeare series. These titles serve as the perfect introduction into the works of Shakespeare. The plays are retold as stories using clear and contemporary language, whilst each title keeps its originality by including key quotations from the original text. Lively illustrations bring these popular plays to life and will be sure to captivate the imagination and interest of young readers. The four new titles to continue the Tales From Shakespeare series are: Hamlet - 978-1-78493-000-4 Twelfth Night - 978-1-78493-002-8 Julius Caesar - 978-1-78493-006-6 Henry V - 978-1-78493-004-2

Children'sEducational materialEducational: English literature Publisher: QED Publishing Publication Date: 16/03/2015 ISBN-13: 9781784930042  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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TIMOTHY KNAPMAN studied at Oxford University and has written plays, musicals, songs and children's books. His books include the successful Mungo, Eleanor's Eyebrows and the Picture Book Pirates and its sequels. His work has been translated into 12 languages and have been read on the BBC's CBeebies Bedtime Stories. YANIV SHIMONY is an illustrator, comic artist and graphic designer. After a number of years working in advertising as an art director he chose to pursue his passion in illustration and became freelance. Most of his works are for children's books, magazines and adverts. He currently lives in London.

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