Face: The Play - Heinemann Plays For 11-14 (Hardback)
  • Face: The Play - Heinemann Plays For 11-14 (Hardback)

Face: The Play - Heinemann Plays For 11-14 (Hardback)

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Hardback 112 Pages / Published: 25/02/2008
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Benjamin Zephaniah and Richard Conlon deal with issues such as prejudice, drugs and disfigurement in this vibrant, gritty adaptation of Zephaniah's bestselling novel for young people.Everything is going Martin's way. The holidays have started, he's got a gorgeous girlfriend and everyone agrees he's the coolest dancer around. But when his world is turned upside down by a crash in a stolen car, he has to come to terms with more than his facial injuries...This is a powerful, exciting and accessible play. It contains relevant, gritty, contemporary issues and dialogue. It offers stimulating activities in the book and a free scheme of work available to download on publication.

Publisher: Pearson Education Limited
ISBN: 9780435233440
Number of pages: 112
Weight: 192 g
Dimensions: 201 x 138 x 10 mm

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“Face” is a book by Benjamin Zephaniah about the hard life of a boy called Martin Turner. It takes a long time to get started and the beginning seems plot less and random but once you get to the point, it seems more... More

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“Face Review by Stephen Real”

Face is a great book for most people. Face lived up to expectation. A good book and can really show how you can try to achieve your dreams no matter what. I would recommend this book especially if you are looking for... More

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“it good”

I would recommend face to a strong reader because this book is hard to understand but when you get into the story I gets exiting and gets better and better but the book is mainly about a group of friends and martin... More

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