Tyya’s dad won’t buy anything good at the store – no ice cream, no candy, no cookies. But when the saleslady puts a price sticker on Tyya’s nose, Daddy is finally forced to buy something good.ot;Michael Martchenko’s illustrations…are lively, simple and expressive. The characters practically jump off the page.”/>- Quill & Quire
Jule Ann pounds on the bottom of a cookie jar, and a small dark lump bounces out. The Dark quickly gobbles up every shadow in sight, growing bigger with each one. Munsch’s plucky heroine resolves the perplexing problem with brilliant, spirited logic.
This book presents simple stage adaptations, suitable for school use, of eight stories along with staging suggestions and ideas for easily obtainable sets, props, and costumes.
What makes Robert Munsch’s stories so popular? They’re contemporary and zany, reflecting “a jaunty belief in the power of children…” says Horn Book Magazine. This first best-of collection features five all-time favorites: David’s Father, The Fire Station, I Have to Go!, The Paper Bag Princess, Thomas’ Snowsuit, Michael Martchenko’s exuberant artwork has been re-sized for […]
Allashua and her family outwit the Qallupilluit from keeping Allashua’s brothers and sisters under the ice.
Presents simple stage adaptations, suitable for school use, of eight stories by Robert N. Munsch, along with staging suggestions and ideas for easily obtainable sets, props, and costumes. The stories included are: • Angela’s Airplane • Stephanie’s Ponytail • Mortimer • 50 Below Zero • Mud Puddle • Millicent and The Wind • Murmel, Murmel, […]
Even after his mother, his father, his brothers and sisters, and even two policemen try to get Mortimer to be quiet and go to sleep, he still insists on making noise.
Whenever Jule Ann goes outside, a Mud Puddle jumps on her and gets her muddy all over. Jule Ann vanquishes Mud Puddle in a charming and resourceful way.
Brigid is on the trail of the ultimate felt marker. At first, she’s satisfied to be drawing wonderful pictures. But soon she must have the markers that wash off with water. Then she needs the markers that smell. But she’s happiest when she gets the super-indelible-never-comes-off-till-you’re-dead markers. She draws brighter-than-real lemons and roses and then […]
Jillian, a young girl with a can-do attitude, unselfishly gives away the ribbons from her new dress to help various people on their way to a wedding and as thanks for her help, Jillian gets to be the flower girl.