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New Release Brings Shakespeare Puzzle Book to Playwright's Fans; Book by Skip Wild Harrington, Released by Dog Ear Publishing


Award-winning teacher Skip Wild Harrington and prominent American Shakespeare director Alec Wild have put together an authoritative, exuberant puzzle book for the “average” Shakespeare enthusiast and theatergoer. Jam-packed with criss-crosswords, anagrams, word scrambles, cryptograms, acrostics, word clouds, challenges, mazes, trivia challenges, word searches, jigsaws, and mix n’ matches, this book covers Shakespeare’s characters, settings, plots, heroes and villains.

St. Louis, MO, November 03, 2010 --(PR.com)-- This fun-filled, often hilarious, puzzle book all about the 38 plays of William Shakespeare is the first of its kind. Jam-packed with criss-crosswords, anagrams, word scrambles, cryptograms, acrostics, word clouds, challenges, mazes, trivia challenges, word searches, jigsaws, Tom Swifties, rebuses, and mix n’ matches, this delightful book covers Shakespeare’s characters, settings, plots, heroes and heroines and, of course, his villains. There is something for everyone in this entertaining puzzle book, from the Shakespeare neophyte to the Shakespeare scholar, for people ages 9 to 90.

Award-winning teacher Skip Wild Harrington and prominent American Shakespeare director Alec Wild have put together an authoritative, exuberant puzzle book for the “average” Shakespeare enthusiast and theatergoer. The reader can breeze through a puzzle about the better-known plays such as Romeo and Juliet (Who had more lines, Romeo or Juliet?) and Hamlet (One of Hamlet’s“characters” is a skull. Can you name him?) or, if the puzzle-solver is feeling especially astute, he can tackle a puzzle dealing with one of Shakespeare’s seldom-seen plays, such as "Coriolanus" or "Timon of Athens."

This delightful, challenging, sometimes irreverent book will entertain readers for hours.

“Most radiant, exquisite and unmatchable”
Viola — Twelfth Night

“A very fantastical banquet!”
Benedick — Much Ado About Nothing

“Full of heavenly stuff!”
Henry VIII — Henry VIII

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