The perfect introduction to Shakespeare!
An accessible and entertaining way to introduce young people to Shakespeare.
Convert difficult language and concepts into user friendly modern English.
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All Teacher’s Books have been structured around the English curriculum.
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Shakespeare Comic Books are a big hit with parents wanting to help their children who are studying Shakespeare in school, but finding his work hard to understand. Others buy the books as a form of accessible cultural enrichment. They are also hugely appreciated by parents home-schooling their children – especially in the UK and US.
The Shakespeare Comic Books are unique.
Each title offers:
- Edited original text
- Modern English translation
- Fully illustrated comic style presentation
‘An accessible and entertaining way to introduce young people to Shakespeare, without dumbing them down… also good value.’ Review, Home Education Advisory Service Bulletin, Issue 45
‘You saved my daughter’s life! You saved my sanity!’ Ms Melissa Dolan, exam-stressed parent, Surrey
Discounts are available with larger quantities. Prices:
Comic Books: 1-24 copies: £8.99 each; 25+ copies: £7.50 each. Postage: 1-3 copies: £3.50; 4-6 copies: £6.50; 7+ copies: £14
Teaching Shakespeare, Teacher’s Books: £22 each + £3.50 p&p
The Shakespeare Comic Books are used by students preparing for GCSEs, by parents home educating their children – and simply by those who love Shakespeare.
The comic books are on at sale the Royal Shakespeare Company and The Shakespeare Bookshop, Stratford. They also form part of The Michael P. Jensen Collection for Shakespeare in Mass Media and Popular Culture, housed at the Southern Oregon University, USA.
‘Both my boys used the comic books to help them with their studies. As beginners to Shakespeare, they made their understanding and enjoyment so much greater. For boys who were not keen readers, the comic book format was an outstanding help. James never reads, but he loved Macbeth. He would have struggled otherwise. I can’t speak highly enough of them.’ Mrs C Baker, parent, Sheffield.
‘I really like the blood on the dagger and the red witch eyes.’ Sonni, aged 6, Kent
‘It made Romeo and Juliet really understandable and entertaining. It helped me with my GCSE.’ Mary Edwards, student, Buckinghamshire
‘Attractively illustrated… intellectually respectable.’ John Clare, Education Editor, Daily Telegraph
Teacher’s Books also available. Please see sample pages.
Shakespeare Comic Book Titles
|Romeo and Juliet||978-0-9553761-4-6 pub The Shakespeare Comic Book Co Ltd (2010)|
|A Midsummer Night’s Dream||978-0-9553761-3-9 pub The Shakespeare Comic Book Co Ltd (2009)|
|The Tempest||0-9553761-0-6 pub The Shakespeare Comic Book Co Ltd (2006)|
|Macbeth||0-9544325-0-9 pub Timber Frame Publications Ltd (2003)|
|Twelfth Night||0-9544325-4-1 pub Timber Frame Publications Ltd (2003)|
|Henry V||0-9544325-6-8 pub Timber Frame Publications Ltd (2004)|
Teaching Shakespeare: Teacher’s Resource Books
|TRB Romeo and Juliet||978-0-9553761-8-4 pub The Shakespeare Comic Book Co Ltd (2012)|
|TRB A Midsummer Night’s Dream||978-0-9553761-7-7 pub The Shakespeare Comic Book Co Ltd (2012)|
|TRB The Tempest||978-0-9553761-6-0 pub The Shakespeare Comic Book Co Ltd (2012)|
|TRB Macbeth||978-0-9553761-5-3 pub The Shakespeare Comic Book Co Ltd (2012)|
|TRB Twelfth Night||978-0-9552434-9-3 pub The Shakespeare Comic Book Co Ltd (2012)|
|TRB Henry V||978-0-9552434-8-6 pub The Shakespeare|