Perhaps you've heard of it: The Bookworm's Feast by J. Patrick Lewis. I'm so glad we pulled it out tonight, it has been years for us; but the kids enjoyed listening to a few poems tonight. My oldest immediately decided to retrieve with it after her dinner time chores.
The poems might not be Shakespeare, but certainly captivating enough for my young crowd (especially my silly boys). This is the poem that started the feast tonight:
An Onion named Willy ran off to the ocean,
Rented a raft from a Carrot named Dick,
Set out to sea but the rocking-chair motion
Turned him as green as a Celery stick.
Green Willy, Green Willy, Green Willy, they called him,
Bobbing along on the Vegetable Seas.
Cucumber green was the sail that hauled him
Off to the Island of Broccoli Trees.