-Continue The Tragedy Of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
*Follow along as we listen to the play on CD
*Be prepared to answer questions and participate in discussion… 148 more words
A long time ago, when I was young and brave,* I herded about forty ninth-grade students onto a school bus and took them to San Antonio, thirty miles away, to a matinée performance of Franco Zeffirelli’s… 915 more words
Mabel and the Queen of Dreams, by Henry, Joshua, & Harrison Herz, (July 2016, Schiffer), $16.99, ISBN: 9780764351372
Recommended for ages 4-8
Little Mabel is an expert at not going to sleep. 707 more words
Read Mercutio’s Queen Mab speech in Act I, Scene 4.
You may want to watch this version from Franco Zeffirelli’s 1968 version as well.
According to Mercutio’s vivid description, Queen Mab is a tiny fairy that rides around in a coach made out of an “empty hazelnut” with spider’s “legs” for wheel spokes (1.4.72, 64). 247 more words
Picus the Thief, translated by Robin Bennett, is an original book that takes several traditional storytelling motifs and gives them new life through multiple reimaginings of legends and traditions. 1,277 more words