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The Boy and the Globe

A lively and compelling novel published to mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death. Brilliantly illustrated throughout and jam-packed with quizzes, art tasks and other fun activities to spark a love of Shakespeare in young readers.

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By (author) Tony Bradman
Illustrated by Tom Morgan-Jones
Publication Date 03/03/2016
ISBN13 / Product Code 9781781125038
ISBN10 1781125031

Detailed Description

Young Toby lives on his wits. An orphan and a street-child, he navigates Jacobean London like an old hand. Meanwhile the city has lost its charm for Will Shakespeare, the playwright from Stratford. Beset by troubles personal and professional and suffering from writer's block, he has grown to hate the drama business. But when Toby stumbles into the Globe, the boy's energy and enthusiasm remind Will of the magic that first inspired his love of the theatre, and the two set to work on a new entertainment for The Tempest.

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