'Willy must steal from the Queen, stop a man from marrying a tree, try not to upset a one-eyed squirrel, and save Yorick from being an ass—could this be the true story behind A Midsummer Night’s Dream?When a delusional King of the fairies tries to wage war on Queen Elizabeth I, Willy creates a distraction by slopping love potion in the drinks. Unfortunately, the wrong people drink the potion and mayhem ensues. Can Willy unravel the tangled state of affairs and the scrambled affairs of the heart?' (Publication summary)
William Shakespeare's childhood has always been a mystery - until now! Willy Waggledagger has arrived in London, disappointed to find that the streets are paved in poop, not gold. After he discovers that his Uncle Ardent has died, a figure appears claiming to be the ghost of Ardent and begging Willy to look into his death.