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2016 is another big year for Shakespeare and The Wallbook Timeline of Shakespeare will give readers (of all ages) special insight into all his 38 plays, as well as into the man and his time. A colourful 2 metre long wall chart illustrated with intriguing picture scenes lays out the plays in chronological order, providing a plot summary and introduction to the main characters, and highlighting key quotes. In What On Earth? style a timeline across the bottom tells us what was happening in Shakespeare’s world – political and personal – as his plays were performed. Extra material includes 30 different newspaper-style reports on different aspects of the Bard. Typically of this innovative, inspiring series it will catch young people’s interest and encourage them to discover even more about our greatest playwright. ~ Andrea Reece The wallbooks are an amazing feat of publishing. The What on Earth? Wallbook of Shakespeare is a unique introduction to all thirty-eight histories, comedies and tragedies by William Shakespeare on a timeline set in the iconic Globe Theatre. On the reverse, a newspaper-style narrative reviews all the most significant moments in the legacy of William Shakespeare from his death to the present day. In addition to the Wallbook, The Timeline of Shakespeare also includes a Chronicle which features more than 30 newspaper stories and a quiz.
Build your own timeline of all of Shakespeare's plays with this amazing stickerbook that brings his thirty-eight dramas to life! Created in association with The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and set in London's iconic Globe Theatre, this totally unique, amazing timeline stickerbook has 100 peel-off stickers of the colourful characters from Shakespeare's life and times. Beautifully illustrated and hugely engaging, the 1.7-metre-long timeline has captioned, white silhouettes showing where to place your stickers to help you build your own Shakespearean drama. Perfect for children 3-7 years old.