Jurassic Classics (Hardcover)
The Prehistoric Masters of Literature: Discover literary history with a prehistoric twist!
Walter Foster Jr, 9781633220980, 40pp.
Publication Date: April 1, 2016
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Discover literary history with a prehistoric twist! The dinos of Jurassic Classics: The Prehistoric Masters of Literature show off Shakespeare, Mark Twin, Jane Austin and more!
Deep underground, a mysterious cave filled with stone tablets has been discovered, and researchers are working frantically to translate a treasury of prehistoric literature. In this collection, you'll learn what made the greatest dinosaur writers so very great, uncover the real story behind our modern classics, and be introduced to masterpieces including:
- Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeareasaurus, a timeless play about forbidden romance.
- Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontesaurus, the tortured tale of doomed dinosaur love.
- The Raven by Edgar Allan Pterodactyl, a ghoulish poem with a haunting ending.
- The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twainceratops, the story of a mischievous young dinosaur growing up in the Cretaceous age.
- A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickensodocus, a prehistoric epic about love, war, and sacrifice.
- Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austenlovenator, a clever critique of dinosaur manners disguised as a love story.
These tales are sure to become instant Jurassic Classics!
About the Author
A beautiful storyteller, Saskia Lacey is an educational children's author with an extensive teaching background. Lacey has developed engaging children's stories and projects for a variety of publishers and illustrators.
Praise For Jurassic Classics: The Prehistoric Masters of Literature: Discover literary history with a prehistoric twist!…
"a canon-expanding gallery of great writers that will have every reader, dinophile or not, roaring.....plus, in small, attached booklets, a hilariously condensed representative work for each....readers will come away with a fund of names, titles, and general expectations that will serve them well in future..."- Kirkus Reviews
"a fun introduction to classic literature in the vein of Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies."- School Library Journal