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Dramatized folk tales of the world : a collection of 50 one-act plays--royalty-free adaptations of stories from many lands

Author: Sylvia E Kamerman
Publisher: Boston, Plays, Inc. [1971]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Fifty royalty-free one-act plays adapted from folk tales of many countries.
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Genre/Form: Theatrical adaptations
Children's plays
One-act plays
Non-royalty plays
Drama
Juvenile works
Children's nonfiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kamerman, Sylvia E.
Dramatized folk tales of the world.
Boston, Plays, inc. [1971]
(OCoLC)756460456
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sylvia E Kamerman
ISBN: 0823800040 9780823800049
OCLC Number: 148330
Description: viii, 575 pages 22 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Africa --
African trio / Barbara Winther --
pt. 2. Austria --
The secret of the wishing well / Eleanor D. Leuser --
pt. 3. China --
Lady Moon and the thief / Claire Boiko --
The tiger catcher / Ethel McFarlan --
Plum Blossom and the dragon / Deborah Newman --
pt. 4. Czechoslovakia --
Triumph for two / Hazel W. Corson --
pt. 5. England --
Robin Hood outwits the sheriff / Constance Whitman Baher --
A most special dragon / David Ferguson --
The wise people of Gotham / Eleanor D. Leuser --
The stolen tarts / Lida Lisle Molloy --
King Arthur and his knights / Olive J. Morley --
pt. 6. France --
Pierre Patelin / Helene Koon --
The price of eggs / Mary Ann Nicholson --
pt. 7. Germany --
The musicians of Bremen Town / Walter Roberts --
Merry Tull and the three rogues / Adele Thane --
pt. 8. Greece --
King Midas / Mercedes Gardner and Jean Shannon Smith --
pt. 9. Holland --
One wish too many / Jean Feather --
A gift for Hans Brinker / Adele Thane --
pt. 10. India --
The tiger, the Brahman, and the jackal / Gladys V. Smith --
pt. 11. Ireland --
Fin McCool / May Lynch --
The bridge to Killybog Fair / Frances B. Watts --
The leprechaun shoemakers / Frances B. Watts --
pt. 12. Israel (ancient) --
The king and the bee / Virginia Payne Whitworth --
pt. 13. Italy --
The magic grapes / Eleanor D. Leuser --
The magic box / Mary Nygaard Peterson --
pt. 14. Japan --
The ogre who built a bridge / Frances Mapp --
The peach tree kingdom / Rosemary G. Musil --
The great samurai sword / Barbara Winther --
pt. 15. Korea --
A spouse for Susie mouse / Faye E. Head --
pt. 16. Mexico --
Pepe and the cornfield bandit / Claire Boiko --
The king who was bored / Adele Thane --
The sleeping mountains / Barbara Winther --
pt. 17. Persia --
The olive jar / Ethel McFarlan --
pt. 18. Russia --
Peter and the wolf / Sylvia Chermak --
Stone soup / James Buechler --
Fish in the forest / Hazel W. Corson --
pt. 19. Scandinavia --
Quick-witted Jack / Jean Feather --
Simple Olaf / Mary Nygaard Peterson --
The builder of the wall / Helen Roberts --
The magic cloak / Virginia Payne Whitworth --
pt. 20. Scotland --
King Horn / Margaret C. Hall --
pt. 21. South America --
Pedro and the burro / Mary Nygaard Peterson --
The baker's neighbor / Adele Thane --
pt. 22. Spain --
Dame Fortune and Don Money / Hazel W. Corson --
pt. 23. Switzerland --
A test for William Tell / Helen Roberts --
pt. 24. Turkey --
The covetous councilman / J.H. Bealmear --
pt. 25. United States --
Big Paul Bunyan / Adele Thane --
The Indian boy without a name / Rod Vahl --
A gift from Johnny Appleseed / Helene Whittaker --
pt. 26. Wales --
Baron Barnaby's Box / J.G. Colson.
Responsibility: edited by Sylvia E. Kamerman.

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Fifty royalty-free one-act plays adapted from folk tales of many countries.

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