Monthly Archives: March 2011

Bring Back My Booker!

by Nancy Whetstone  (Puppets:  Librarian, Bookworm, Booker the Book.  Props:  a telephone)  (Bookworm is onstage crying.  Librarian enters.)  Librarian:  Why are you crying, Bookworm?  (Bookworm sobs.)  Librarian:  What in the world is the matter?  (Bookworm wails.)  Librarian:  Please tell me … Continue reading

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Why Ants Are Everywhere

Puppets needed: 2 ants (one with crown), bird or any other animal puppet, king (could be a lion or a man), Stick puppet worm,          Stick puppet “crowd”  Narrator: Did you know that once ants only lived in a certain area? This … Continue reading

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Little Blue Riding Hood

LITTLE BLUE RIDING HOOD by Nancy Whetstone   (Puppets- A Boy and a Girl.) Benny:  Once upon a time… Jenny:  (Enters)  Benny, are you talking to yourself? Benny:  No, I was going to tell the kids a story, until my … Continue reading

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