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A beautifully illustrated collection of prose retellings of seven Shakespeare plays will bring the Bard to life for young readers. Not only is this a beautiful keepsake edition, full of gorgeous illustrations by Antonio Javier Caparo, but the prose retellings by beloved classic children's book author E. Nesbit are an excellent tool to introduce children to the complex language of Shakespeare. A foreword by John Lithgow touches on his own childhood as a Shakespearean actor and the importance of Shakespeare. The book contains extensive support materials, including a biography, a timeline of Shakespeare's life, and further recommended readings. In this volume, you will find: *Romeo and Juliet*A Midsummer Night's Dream*Twelfth Night*Hamlet*Macbeth*The Tempest*Much Ado About Nothing
This is the heartwarming story is of a sweet reindeer shunned by all his friends because of hs glowing red nose. Rudolph fulfils his destiny by leading the sleigh through a dark, foggy night, ensuring Santa Claus could bring presents to all. Familiar and dear to so many hearts, this is the original story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer written by Robert L. May in 1939.
After his most klutzy move ever, falling into a pool of sharks, things for Tristan Hunt begin to look up. Tristan is invited to an ocean-themed summer camp in the Florida Keys where he discovers that he and the other young teens there have very special and rare talents when it comes to the ocean. After the camp receives a distress call from ocean animals, Tristan and his new friends get pulled into a daring rescue in the Bahamas. With the help of sharks, dolphins, a quick-escape artist octopus, and some seabird bombers, the campers must use their young talents in an attempt to outwit an evil shark-finning, reef-blasting billionaire.
One prayer can change everything. A terrible drought had hit the land. Gardens died, rivers ran dry; the Israelites had one last hope: Honi the Rainmaker. So they called upon him to pray, and Honi did something strange ... something bold. Would God send the rains and save the people? Basing this story on his adult bestseller The Circle Maker, Mark Batterson shares the ancient Jewish legend of Honi the Rainmaker with children to teach them about the power of prayer.
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