On 26th December 2012, Shakespeare Stories books collection set published by Sweet Cherry, became a best selling product for 2012

Published by Sweet Cherry and written in English, these beloved timeless classics enchant and amaze both the young and the old. Snazal reports they have sold many units of this product and is the best selling product for 2012.

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Shakespeare Stories

Shakespeare Stories

Leicester, England (PRWEB UK) 28 December 2012

Shakespeare children's stories Collection Books Set is written for children ages 7 and above, illustrated with more than 30 colorful pictures, making Stories both educational and fun to read. Snazal says the product was priced right and is a great gift set for children hence becoming a great attraction for children and parents.

With this Shakespeare Children Collection 20 Books Box Set. Introduce children and grand children to some of Shakespeare's most famous works of art, many of which have become an integral part of our culture and heritage.

Everyone agrees that Shakespeare is a literacy icon. Based on the masters classic works, these 20 books have been carefully designed with vibrant illustrations and an easy-to-read format. The most argued, and quoted, writer in all of literature, Shakespeare will become an everyday part of childrens life. It exiting when little one quote some of Shakespeare's famous lines, such as "To be, or not to be," and understanding why they are saying so!

These remarkable works of art are now available in one definitive, extraordinary series in the Shakespeare children's stories Collection Books Set. A monumental project, these books will captivate children as they explore the world of Shakespeare like never before.

ITS NEVER TOO LATE TO INTRODUCE SHAKESPEARE TO CHILDREN

With the beautiful illustrations and colourful writing schemes in the Shakespeare stories collection, children will imagine the clinking sounds of a sword fight, the sweet melody of Juliet's voice as she calls to Romeo, and the anguish of Hamlet as he contemplates his life. Your children will choose to read these stories time and time again.


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