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All the World’s a Stage

The Creative Company

Compiled by Lee Bennett Hopkins illustrated by Guy Billout

10-1/2 x 9-1/2 in; 40 pp;
Interest level: Age 8 and up Color illustrations
HC
August 2013
ISBN 9781568462189

SKU# 9781568462189

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Quick Overview

More than 400 years ago, English playwright William Shakespeare wrote about the
“Seven Ages of Man”—the changing roles we play on the stage of life before taking
our final curtain call. This collection of 21 poems, compiled by Lee Bennett Hopkins,
explores those 7 ages, offering voices and perspectives that are as varied as they are sage.
From a Nigerian lullaby to the verses of such contemporary poets as Janet S. Wong,
these poems—paired with masterful artwork by Guy Billout—laugh, cry, and sing to
celebrate the theater of human existence.
All the World’s a Stage


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All the World’s a Stage

More than 400 years ago, English playwright William Shakespeare wrote about the “Seven Ages of Man”—the changing roles we play on the stage of life before taking our final curtain call. This collection of 21 poems, compiled by Lee Bennett Hopkins, explores those 7 ages, offering voices and perspectives that are as varied as they are sage. From a Nigerian lullaby to the verses of such contemporary poets as Janet S. Wong, these poems—paired with masterful artwork by Guy Billout—laugh, cry, and sing to celebrate the theater of human existence.

 

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10-1/2 x 9-1/2 in; 40 pp;
Interest level: Age 8 and up Color illustrations
HC
August 2013
ISBN 9781568462189
Lee Bennett Hopkins has written and edited many award-winning books. Since 1993, he has helped outstanding poets gain recognition by way of the Lee Bennett Hopkins/Penn State University Poetry Award.

Guy Billout’s unusual and often humorous illustrations have been featured in prominent periodicals such as The New Yorker and The Atlantic Monthly and in his nine picture books, including The Frog Who Wanted to See the Sea.