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Lry before there was Twilight Warm Bodies and The Lion King there was Shakespeare The characters language imagery and plot elements of many books and Investigate the Bard's MOBI #180 movies that appear on bookshelves and in cinemas today are directly influenced by the plays of the BardIn Shakespeare Investigate the Bard's Influence on MOBI #194 Investigate the Bards Influence on Todays World readers discover links between the books movies and music they listen to today and the words that were written. Great book

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Shakespeare Investigate the Bard's Influence on Today's World Inquire and InvestigateAnd acted outthan Investigate the Bard's Influence on MOBI #194 years ago Readers deconstruct Shakespearean themes imagery language and meaning by finding familiar ground on which to gain literary insight Through hands on projects such as coding a video game based on one of Shakespeares plays to rewriting a scene in the text language of emoji readers find compelling avenues into the dramatic sometimes intimidating language leaving them well euipped to tackle any major text in the academic years to com. For young people age 12 15 mention the name William Shakespeare and you'll get two very different reactions Some can't get enough while others find his writing confusing This new great title will satisfy both campsThe format is entertaining and topical There's an ongoing cartoon about two kids who use a book portal to visit Shakespeare but the main focus is on four of Shakespeare's most famous and beloved works Romeo and Juliet Hamlet Twelfth Night and A Midsummer Night's Dream are each given two chapters for readers to explore in a uniue wayYou first learn about each story with lines from the play This is no boring retelling of the tale but an interactive journey with fascinating facts and insights A second chapter then looks at how each story has impacted books and movies of present day Also included are an INUIRE & INVESTIGATE page giving readers a hand on task An example of one from Romeo and Juliet has kids creating a rap songBefore you reach the first chapter a snappy introduction tells about Shakespeare's past and present A four page timeline of events in Shakespeare's life starts it off Next we learn about his early years and his works on stage Did you know 2016 is the 400 year anniversary of his death I also discovered historians found large chunks of his life where no one seems to know what he was doingA full glossary and resources are added at the end Great extensions with books websites and a reveal of the R codes in case you don't have a tablet or phone to find them An index gives further proof how easy it is to find what you needI'm a fan from the opening scene to the end In the words of the Bard himself– “I do love nothing in the world so well as you is not that strange”—Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing