Fall in love with this Shakespearean comedy about finding and losing love. A host of characters try to act as matchmakers for a young couple, while another couple is to be married. But everything doesn’t go as planned when a meddling villain schemes to ruin the wedding. As the third installation in the Play On Shakespeare series, this book explains and identifies literary devices with color-coded text and introduces key characters and settings in a playbill style introduction. It retells the Bard's tale following the original acts, and includes a beautifully illustrated map identifying the plays geographic setting, as well as a spread with background information about Shakespeare's life and times. All in 48 lively pages exploding with illustrations that enhance the story with detail and humor. Truly a unique picture book retelling of a literary classic.
Roberto Irace was born in Naples just in time to see the first man on the moon. He grew up reading, drawing, playing with building blocks, and scraping his knees (a lot). He now lives under a volcano in front of the sea with his love and their beautiful cat, and has a little one who also loves to read, and play with building blocks.
Luke Paiva has a B.A. in English and an M.Ed. from The University of Tennessee Knoxville, and is currently working on his MDiv through Reformed Theological Seminary. He has been married for fourteen years to his wife Johannah and has four children, Jack, Benjamin, Lucy, and Grace. He began his career teaching high school English and has returned to the classroom after a decade in law enforcement. He currently teaches Biblical Studies at a Christian high school in Nashville, TN and is a regular contributor to Rooted Ministry, an organization committed to advancing grace-driven youth ministry.