An engaging adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s classic novel
Author Thomas Hardy and Adapter David Calcutt
Suitable for: Teachers of English and Drama of students aged 11-14
Publication date: 25/01/2016 (estimated)
Paperback: 144 pages
Robin Hood: http://store.barefootbooks.com/uk/robin-hood.html
This lavishly illustrated picture book makes a wonderful gift title to complement Arthur of Albion and The Arabian Nights, and features nine tales including: ‘Robin Becomes an Outlaw’, ‘Robin Meets Little John’, ‘Robin and the Widow’, and ‘Robin’s Last Battle’.
Fairacre Press: http://web236.extendcp.co.uk/fairacrepress.co.uk/tag/david-calcutt/
The Life and Times of the Tat Man: https://www.treepress.org/scripts/the-life-and-times-of-the-tat-man-dad1259a-777e-4390-8e98-5913bc8f7802
Her romantic comedies, Sweet Nothing, http://bookgoodies.com/a/1781892415
Would you risk everything for love?
Independent, straight-talking Trix Allen wouldn’t. She’s been in love once before and ended up with nothing. Now safely single, Trix is as far away from the saccharine-sweet world of hearts and flowers as it’s possible to be.
Midsummer Dreams http://bookgoodies.com/a/B00XJOEJTM
Four people. Four messy lives. One night that changes everything …
A modern retelling of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream.
and the Christmas Kisses series http://bookgoodies.com/a/B011M9DZE0 published by Choc Lit.
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