What is included with this book?
Three kids get lost inside Shakespeare’s book and must help Romeo and Juliet finish their story in order to return home in this silly middle school series!
You are reading this because you expressed interest in the Get Lost Book Club.
Are you ready to embark on a journey to Italy, where you’ll find yourself right in the middle of a major feud between two rival pizza-making families: the Montagues and the Capulets? A swordsman and perfumer will hunt you. There will be disguises, fake pizza, and tomato fights (make sure to duck!). You must help Becca, her stepbrother Sam, and her dog Rufus convince Romeo Montague to ask Juliet Capulet on a date, or you will all be stuck in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet forever!
Intrigued? Worried? Downright terrified? You should be. But if you’re ready for an adventure, step right up and follow me. It’s time to get lost.
An Imprint Book
M.E. Castle is a New York-raised writer and actor currently living in Washington DC. He is the author of the beloved Clone Chronicles, which introduced the world to Fisher Bas, his clones, a flying pig, and a large supporting cast of robots, aliens, and a very proper talking toaster. When not writing, he can be found performing the works of Shakespeare onstage, which has given him the expertise necessary to create this utterly scholarly and serious work.
Daniel Jennewein has been drawing since kindergarten, where he could mainly be found drawing skulls and hooks, to the irritation of some adults. He studied at Art Center College of Design near Montreux, Switzerland and later in Pasadena, California, where he graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design in 1998. Afterward, he worked as an Art Director for several agencies designing corporate designs and websites for clients large and small. Now he works as a freelance illustrator and Art Director in Frankfurt. His picture books include Is Your Buffalo Ready for Kindergarten? (written by Audrey Vernick, 2010) and Teach Your Buffalo to Play Drums (2011) and Chick-O-Saurus Rex (written by Lenore Jennewein, 2013). Danieljennewein.com