My First Monologue Book

100 Monologues for Young Children
by Kristen Dabrowski

Publisher: Crossroad Press

Publication Date: September 19, 2017

ISBN: 6230000001739

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Monologues just for kids!

Everyday life was never so nutty! Inside My First Monologue Book you'll find 100 imaginative "what if" pieces for would-be princesses, cowboys, robots, and superheroes as well as real-life issues like unfair bedtimes, making new friends, and the horrible taste of broccoli. At this stage in life there are lots of firsts, too, like going to a new school and losing your teeth, so there are plenty of topics for children to connect with. Divided into sections by theme and sprinkled with illustrations, the material in this book is easily incorporated into existing reading curriculum. Often, young children are given work written for older students that is difficult for them to understand and retain. While not dumbed-down, this material is comprehensible, relatable, and fun.


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