by Michael Rosen
Twelve-year-old striker Macbeth has a promising talent on the field. He also has a burning desire to become captain of Shotfield football team, and he is prepared to do whatever it takes. Macbeth’s hard-hearted mother also pushes him to succeed – getting ahead to get spotted by academy scouts, even if it means dirty tricks.
So when the whistle blows for the big game, fair is foul and fouls are definitely fair. A back-of-the-net retelling of Shakespeare’s classic play from bestselling author Michael Rosen and illustrator Tony Ross. For young football fans everywhere, this book reveals the drama to be found in any football league. And it’s a great introduction to Shakespeare’s famous play.
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