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Stage Fright on a Summer Night (Magic Tree House Series #25)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Another great book in the Magic Tree House Series

The main characters, Jack and Annie, are always going to meet famous people and see famous places on their adventures. This was a great book that takes Jack and Annie back in time to meet Shakespeare. They get to join in a play with fairies and princesses. Queen Eliz...
The main characters, Jack and Annie, are always going to meet famous people and see famous places on their adventures. This was a great book that takes Jack and Annie back in time to meet Shakespeare. They get to join in a play with fairies and princesses. Queen Elizabeth is in the play with them. What I like about this book is it has magic, lots of adventure, and is very easy to read.

posted by Anonymous on October 23, 2002

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2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Review of Osborne's Stage Fright on a Summer Night

While I enjoyed the book, I don't feel that it would be the best means to introduce children to the works of Shakespeare. If your intent is to get young children to be excited about Shakespeare, you may want to find a better book. Osborne doesn't really explain some of ...
While I enjoyed the book, I don't feel that it would be the best means to introduce children to the works of Shakespeare. If your intent is to get young children to be excited about Shakespeare, you may want to find a better book. Osborne doesn't really explain some of the nuances of the age, such as only males are allowed to perform on stage. Though the book does focus primarily on children dealing with stage fright, it could be helpful in that area.

posted by Anonymous on April 15, 2002

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2002

    Review of Osborne's Stage Fright on a Summer Night

    While I enjoyed the book, I don't feel that it would be the best means to introduce children to the works of Shakespeare. If your intent is to get young children to be excited about Shakespeare, you may want to find a better book. Osborne doesn't really explain some of the nuances of the age, such as only males are allowed to perform on stage. Though the book does focus primarily on children dealing with stage fright, it could be helpful in that area.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2008

    Okay

    I liked these books for like a year but then they got to easy to read and not as exciting to read so if the author could write abooks like that for older faster readers it would be great but if not wel it is her loss because alot of people would by them

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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