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Fri Mar 21 17:16:02 2014 UTClccn-n940043070.00The Orchard book of best-loved stories from Hans Christian Andersen /0.060.19Die schönsten Shakespeare-Geschichten85115711n 940043073529433lccn-n77002641Ross, Tonyilllccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616antcrelccn-n79022941Andersen, H. C.(Hans Christian)1805-1875lccn-n88244292Snow, Alanilllccn-n83043048Barrett, Angelailllccn-n82072193Amstutz, Andrélccn-n00044110Parker-Rees, Guylccn-n92076671Moxley, Sheilailllccn-n94069387James, Frank1964-illlccn-n90727122Utton, PeterillMatthews, Andrew1948-FictionJuvenile worksPictorial worksHistoryYoung adult worksSuspense fictionDramaStories, plots, etcHigh interest-low vocabulary booksGraphic novelsSchoolsChildren's stories, EnglishShakespeare, William,SamuraiRevengeFairy talesInterpersonal relationsHigh schoolsTeacher-student relationshipsJapanDenmarkChildren's stories, DanishPlots (Drama, novel, etc.)EnglandIdentity (Philosophical concept)As you like it (Shakespeare, William)Sex roleCreation--MythologyMistaken identityMacbeth,--King of Scotland,Arthur,--KingHumorous stories, EnglishThievesVendettaJuliet (Fictitious character)Romeo (Fictitious character)Italy--VeronaBrothers and sistersEurope--IllyriaWomen dancersTwinsDisguiseChildren's storiesGood and evilMiceBearsChildren's stories, AmericanHumorous stories, AmericanSeasonsGay teenagersTransvestismGender identityDating (Social customs)DancersLiterature--AdaptationsHistorical fiction, EnglishChildren's plays, EnglishSurvivalMuch ado about nothing (Shakespeare, William)Short stories1948197719841987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102012201412103200492823.914PZ7.M43173ocn075395538ocn724109182ocn723698188ocn439165353ocn439163712ocn439166284ocn439167130ocn439167741ocn439168526ocn444668498ocn7978123644756ocn221151968book20070.06Matthews, AndrewThe way of the warriorHistoryJuvenile worksFiction"When Jimmu was ten years old, his father woke him in the middle of the night to explain that he had brought shame to the family. He then committed seppuku, a form of suicide. Jimmu is left in the care of his father's most trusted samurai swordsman, Nichiren, who explains that the charges that brought shame to his family were false. His father was set up by his enemy, Lord Ankan. Striken by the injustice of his father's death, Jimmu develops a deep hatred. He decides to train as a samurai warrior and vows to one day avenge his father's death by killing Lord Ankan."--dust cover+-+58157907054425ocn052644744book19770.07Matthews, AndrewA winter night's dreamFictionYoung adult worksCasey, a high school freshman, and Stew, a senior, search for love separately, with the help of a favorite teacher, before meeting each other+-+22458203852976ocn050693299book20010.08Matthews, AndrewThe flip side : a novelJuvenile worksFictionYoung adult worksRobert, a British fifteen-year-old, is confused when he plays the part of Rosalind while studying Shakespeare in school and discovers parts of his personality that he did not know existed+-+41458203852957ocn051001039book20030.06Matthews, AndrewBob Robber and Dancing JaneJuvenile worksFictionPictorial works+-+20191597752902ocn047892558book20010.06Matthews, AndrewThe Random House book of Shakespeare storiesJuvenile worksAn illustrated collection of stories based on the plays of William Shakespeare+-+05616402852341ocn035586866book19970.01Matthews, AndrewMarduk the Mighty and other stories of creationJuvenile worksA collection of creation stories from various world cultures, both ancient and contemporary2268ocn043176082book19960.07Matthews, AndrewKing ArthurJuvenile worksFictionFortælling om Kong Arthur og ridderne af det runde bord. De kæmper for det gode mod drager og hekse og søger efter den hellige gral for at frelse England+-+68366769363242196ocn052472181book19950.06Matthews, AndrewThe Kingfisher treasury of funny storiesJuvenile worksFictionSixteen of the funniest stories around are gathered together in this rib-tickling volume+-+66810980252075ocn053392963book20020.06Matthews, AndrewMacbeth : a Shakespeare storyJuvenile worksFiction+-+19986769363242063ocn027643517book19930.06Matthews, AndrewStories from Hans Christian Andersen+-+08190568053242013ocn060116964book19950.06A treasury of funny stories+-+04372410363241772ocn036915896book19970.06Matthews, AndrewMouse fluteJuvenile worksFictionPictorial works+-+79817249251746ocn049872787book20020.06Matthews, AndrewRomeo and JulietJuvenile worksFiction+-+61886769363241544ocn067873532book20060.06Matthews, AndrewAs you like itJuvenile worksFictionThe stories come originally from the highly successful gift collection The Orchard Book of Shakespeare Stories. Also included are useful notes on the themes within the stories and a background to the Globe theatre. Andrew Matthews's vibrant and accessible retellings, coupled with expressive and funny illustrations by Tony Ross, provide an introduction to this important part of our cultural heritage in the most enjoyable way+-+72361619363241535ocn050941804book20020.07Matthews, AndrewTwelfth nightJuvenile worksFictionDramaGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksAn abridged version of Shakespeare's original text, with suggestions for staging. Includes parenthetical explanations and descriptions within the text and announcers who summarize deleted passages+-+29886769363241533ocn028963716book19930.06Matthews, AndrewStories from Hans Andersen+-+65098670363241384ocn048533900book20010.06Matthews, AndrewThe Orchard book of Shakespeare storiesJuvenile worksFictionProsagendigtning af 8 Shakespeare-skuespil+-+86164851363241322ocn057486017book2005Matthews, AndrewThe Orchard book of best-loved stories from Hans Christian Andersen+-+05367189363241321ocn050403288book20020.13Matthews, AndrewShadow of the wolfFictionSuspense fictionYoung adult works+-+32257189363241315ocn076797424book20060.06Matthews, AndrewMuch ado about nothing : a Shakespeare storyJuvenile worksFiction+-+983616193632441ocn503320608book20080.19Matthews, AndrewDie schönsten Shakespeare-GeschichtenJuvenile worksFictionStories, plots, etcBühnenklassiker als Erzählungen vereinfacht: Sei es die tragisch endende Liebe Julia und Romeos, das komödiantische Verwirrspiel zwischen zwei Paaren in einer Sommernacht, der Sieg König Heinrichs durch seine ungewöhnliche Klugheit und Intuition oder ein gewaltiger Sturm durch Zauberer Prospero hervorgerufen... wir werden in den Bann der Shakespearschen Welt gezogen. Die durch Sprache und Dramaturgie anspruchsvollen Stücke sind hier als Erzählungen mit leicht verständlicher Wortwahl aufbereitet und von Mirjam Pressler ins Deutsche übertragen. Sie werden damit auch für Kinder zugänglich. Manche Themen, besonders die tragischen, sind für Kinder weniger geeignet und besser denkbar für Jugendliche. Das Buch enthält acht der berühmtesten Stücke Shakespeares und ist mit seinen geheimnisvollen Farbbildern und der Personenangabe auf Naturpapier am Anfang sehr schön aufgemacht. Ab 8 Jahren, ausgezeichnet, Denise Racine+-+5815790705+-+5815790705Fri Mar 21 15:32:01 EDT 2014batch22198