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Twelfth Night

Summary

Young Reading Series 2
Twelfth Night

  • Shakespeare’s classic comedy retold for children growing in reading confidence and ability.
  • When Viola is left shipwrecked on the coast of Illyria, she must disguise herself as a boy for protection. But when she becomes a page for Duke Orsino, things start to get a little complicated.
  • Part of the Usborne Reading Programme developed with reading experts at the University of Roehampton.
  • With links to recommended websites for children to find out more about Shakespeare and the play.
“Retold in a way that will encourage an early interest in Shakespeare.”
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Information

Age: 6+

Key Stage: KS1 E (info)

Lexile Measure: 530L (info)

Book Band: 11 - Lime

BIC: B3N79 (info)

CEFR Level: C1 (info)

Hardback with CD - English Learner's Edition:
ISBN: 9781409566823
64 pages
196 x 130mm

Hardback with ribbon marker:
ISBN: 9780746099001
64 pages
196 x 130mm

Author/Editor: Rosie Dickins

Illustrator: Christa Unzner


English Learner's Editions

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This simple retelling is ideal for children just starting to read alone and the story is retold in a way that will encourage an early interest in Shakespeare.
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  • Usborne Reading Programme
    Find out more about the Usborne Reading Programme, download a chart of the seven levels and watch an interview with reading consultant Alison Kelly.

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