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Written by Ross Montgomery
Illustrated by Mark Beech
Part of the Shakespeare Shake-ups SeriesWrite A Review
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Fair is foul and foul is fair ... bestseller Ross Montgomery returns with a laugh-out-loud, perfectly pitched introduction to Shakespeare's Macbeth.
Beth has been looking forward to the Prize-giving Assembly all year. She's won best-behaved pupil two years in a row and is confident that she'll triumph again for a third time. But as preparations continue for the ceremony, which includes a performance of Macbeth by the drama club, Beth finds out that she's been pipped to the post by not one but two of her classmates, leaving her in third place. Beth cannot bear to lose, so she channels her inner Macbeth and will stop at nothing to tarnish the reputation of her competitors. But as she puts her dastardly plans into action, she realises that villainy comes at a high cost!
|Publication date:||5th May 2022|
|Publisher:||Barrington Stoke Ltd|
|Suitable for:||7+ readers|
|Genres:||Funny, School Stories|
|Collections:||30 Funny Reads for Children This World Laughter Day and Every Day,|
|Other Categories:||Dyslexia Friendly Books for Interest age 7+, Dyslexia Friendly Books for Interest age 9+|
Ross Montgomery started writing stories as a teenager, when he really should have been doing homework, and continued doing so at university. After graduating, he experimented with working as a pig farmer and a postman before deciding to channel these skills into teaching at a primary school. He wrote his novel when he really should have been marking homework. He lives in Finsbury Park with his girlfriend and many, many dead plants.More About Ross Montgomery
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