Product Description: There are roles for everybody in this humorous stage version of Sleeping Beauty. Complete with Dame, Principle Boy and slapstick comedy, but not without its darker moments, Sleeping Beauty is intended as the perfect pantomime.
Writing poetry is a dangerous occupation, says old Sir Tom. It's like being pursued by a devouring beast of prey you must flee for your life. But Ned knows that Jonquil, the old poet's grand daughter, is in far greater peril than Sir Tom himself. How, oh how, can he save her?
Two small skeletons have been dug up in the main street of St Boan. They are the bones of Matthew and Ben Pernel who were killed in mysterious circumstances, their musician father blamed. Aunt Lal calls on her nephew Ned to help solve the mystery, but ghostly murderers are on his trail.
9780140340310 | Penguin Uk, June 1, 1999, cover price $9.95 | About this edition: Offers a selection of poems by Colin West, George MacBeth, Guillaume Apollinaire, and others that are written so that the shape that the words form on the page suggests the subject of the poem.
Product Description: Each book in this series combines an original play and a set of individual Production Notes". The playscripts may be photocopied and distributed for classroom use. The "Production Notes" give practical help with casting, costumes, scenery and staging of the play itself...read more
9781856816007 | Trafalgar Square Books, June 1, 1996, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: When Prickety Prackety gets pecked by Chanticleer, she finds another place to nest and returns to the farm thirteen days later with twelve baby chicks