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By Denise A. Wright

The 30 unique, reproducible puppet scripts during this assortment are designed for the one-person express. recommendation and proposals on all points of featuring a puppet express, styles for puppets, and illustrated directions for building accompany the scripts. Grades PreK-3.

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To WOLF) You'd better not come any closer, or I'll scream!  I think maybe I should run after him and scare him some more. LAMB: (from offstage) Baaaa!  It sounded like a lamb!  Help me, I'm afraid of lambs! LAMB: (trying to calm WOLF) Baaaa! WOLF: (to LAMB) Don't you come any closer, or I'll scream!  Goodbye, everybody. ) Page 31 The Lion and the Mouse CHARACTERS: Lion (the haughty King of Beasts) Mouse (a humble creature searching for food) PROPS: A net to be thrown over Lion (which can be made by knotting together several pieces of string or cord).

We'd better leave, we have a long walk ahead of us.  But at least this time, I'm going back to civilization!  (calling offstage toward the direction of TOWN MOUSE) Cousin, are you coming?  I'll feel much better after I eat some decent food! COUNTRY MOUSE: Is there anything I can do to help?  I'll go sneak into the kitchen and bring back some food.  Let's eat!  There's enough cheese left for several more meals, shouldn't we put it away for later?  I'll just throw it away!  I'll just go raid the kitchen again.

I'm the Johnny­cake and I can go faster than you! OLD MAN: We'll see about that!  I better try and find that can of baked beans.  I like to eat Johnny­cakes!  I want you for my breakfast!  I'm the Johnny­cake and I can go faster than you! DOG: We'll see about that!  Maybe I can still find that rabbit.  And then, before you can say "breakfast," he'll be it! ) JOHNNY­CAKE: I'm the Johnny­cake and I can go faster than you!  Please come closer. JOHNNY­CAKE: (coming closer to Fox) I said, I'm the Johnny­cake and I can go faster than you!

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