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Shakespeare and the Million Monkeys Paperback – October 17, 2012
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About the Author
Bob Egan is way older than he thinks he is. Raised in Belmont, Massachusetts, educated at nearby Harvard College, and re-educated on the streets of Greenwich Village, he has been a cowboy, a copywriter, and is presently a real estate agent. Ok, so he was never a cowboy. Let him dream... His other books, long out of print and for good reason, include the first guide to New York bookstores, THE BOOKSTORE BOOK (1979) and FROM HERE TO FRATERNITY (1985) a lighthearted guide to Greek life... Bob lives with his wife, Louise, on the Upper West Side of Manhattan 175 miles from his brother Jim, who illustrated the book in Newport, Rhode Island... Bob’s hobby is tracking down the spots where famous record albums were photographed. The photos on his website Popspotsnyc.com have been seen by over 8 million people.
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These guys are a natural story telling team. how come we've never heard of them before? Shakespeare and the Million Monkeys spin a great yarn, teaches a little about history, provides a good lesson -- and makes you laugh. Oh--and keeps kids happy. Mine wanted it three nights in a row, and then one of them asked me, "Can you read me some Shakespeare now?" I tried (a soliloquy from Hamlet), but the next night they made me read Million Monkeys again (they told me Shakespeare wasn't very funny. This little book is so worth the low price of admission, and if I were a kid this were the kind of thing I'd remember when I grew up.