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Description for Macbeth Hardcover. Retells Shakespeare's classic tale of madness and murder, treachery and witchcraft for a younger audience. Illustrator(s): Unzner, Christa. Series: Usborne First Reading. Num Pages: 64 pages, full colour illustrations throughout. BIC Classification: 4KHJ; 4Y; 5AD; YFA; YQCR. Category: (JC) Children's (6-12); (JN) Preschool (0-5). Dimension: 203 x 140 x 12. Weight in Grams: 210.
One of Shakespeare’s greatest plays retold for children growing in reading confidence and ability. Macbeth is the bravest general in Scotland, and a loyal servant to King Duncan. But then he hears that one day, he could be king himself. Mad with ambition, Macbeth sets out on a bloody path to power. Part of the Usborne Reading Programme developed with reading experts at the University of Roehampton. With internet links to find out more about Shakespeare and the play.

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Usborne Publishing Ltd United Kingdom
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About Conrad Mason
Conrad Mason grew up in Oxford, and studied Classics at Cambridge. After graduating he became an editor at Usborne, and now he edits children's fiction for Working Partners. His Tales of Fayt children's series and award-winning middle grade novel, The Girl in Wooden Armour, are all published by David Fickling Books. He likes to read, run, and play ... Read more

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Macbeth is just one of an outstanding series of condensed versions of Shakespeare’s plays from Usborne. With their exciting and atmospheric illustrations, accessible and thought-provoking storytelling and internet links to associated websites, there could be no better way to awaken an early and hopefully lifelong enthusiasm for the bard.
Lancashire Evening Post

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