iBardBooks: A revolutionary way to study Romeo and Juliet. It’s not just text: it’s a fun and engaging e-book experience rich with video content and interactive features that complement and enhance classroom learning.
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A richer & more interactive Shakespeare experience
Watch high quality, original videos.
Take an interactive video quiz
Connect with creative online videos and scholarly Shakespeare websites
New Way to learn
Meet our Tutor in a Box: a video pop up feature
A guide to Themes, Characters and Acts
Interested? Watch our video for more details
Touch the screen throughout the play to reveal video commentary from Stephen Marche, the author of “How Shakespeare Changed Everything”
Watch a modern version of the famous balcony scene.
Interact with our student hosts in a video quiz
Discover links to scholarly Shakespeare websites
Follow online links to videos that show how famous – and not so famous – musicians, filmmakers and dancers have been inspired by Romeo and Juliet
Refer to study notes with Character Summaries, Major Themes and Act by Act Breakdowns
Make your own study notes with a swipe of your finger
Don't just take our word for it. Word on the street is:
"This is the digital generation's Shakespeare! A cultural experience that brings deeper meaning to the Bard's words, enhanced by world-class performances and commentary. This is the most accessible Shakespeare ever!" - Kevin Newman/Digital Evangelist -Bell Media Canada and former Global National/ABC News Anchor
"... the clever witty commentary, as well as the use of pop culture references and phrases will without doubt help young students to understand and enjoy the beauty and brilliance of William Shakespeare's plays. Congratulations to all who helped create this fantastic, beneficial learning tool! It is refreshing to see such fresh and innovative ideas being developed for use in our schools." - F.Murray Abraham/Best Actor Academy Award Winner (Amadeus) and noted New York Shakespearean Actor