Armadillo, 2006 - Children's stories - 238 pages
A collection of well-loved stories, carefully selected to open up an enchanting world of comedy, tragedy and romance. Each story explores the social conditions of each author's time, which still have as much meaning today. The stories of Oscar Wilde were written with children in mind, whereas the stories of Shakespeare and Dickens have been briefly retold in a way that keeps the stories alive.
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