The giraffe in a scarf is a poor little thing. Will he star in the play if unable to sing?
The goat in a coat really loves to play. But how will he feel on this snowy day?
Shakespeare's Letters shows how and why Shakespeare put letters on stage in virtually all of his plays. Showing the very different uses to which letters were put in Shakespeare's time, this book throws new light on some of his most familiar dramas. Includes new readings of Hamlet, King…
…It is certainly not the sort of dress she ought to wear when she is meeting her friends to play in Bramble Wood. Full of fun, and bursting with energy, she cannot keep from joining in with every game. But things with Pom-Pom are apt to go wrong and soon poor Pom-Pom…