I still do not always understand everything in the text or plays I see and hear, but I have a love of Shakespeare. My kids are still pretty young, but I can’t wait to share that love with them. I recently heard of some books to introduce Shakespeare to kids! Brilliant! I’m definitely going to invest in some of these great Shakespeare stories for kids. I’m really looking forward to seeing some Shakespeare plays with the kids as well. If you’re a Shakespeare lover, like me, or even if you’re not (yet), here is a list of the top five recommended books to get your kids interested in Shakespeare. These books will help them understand some of Shakespeare’s famous plays and introduce them to the beautiful language of Shakespeare.
Great for a Shakespeare unit or history study of Shakespeare’s plays. Enjoy!
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