Tell it Like it is: Fifty Monologs for Talented Teens

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Meriwether Pub., 2007 - Drama - 117 pages
A thought-provoking new collection of monologues by best-selling author Peg Kehret! Each monologue creates a moment of recognition that makes both the performer and the audience smile -- and think! Most are structured to provide insights of discovery to reveal who we are and why. Every young actor performing one of these monologues will recount a memorable event that opened the way to maturity. But there's more than just provocative thoughts in this collection -- many of the monologues can be performed for laughter alone. All monologues are easily adaptable for boys or girls. Sample titles include: 'I Need a Cell Phone', 'Toto Tells the Truth about Oz', 'The Day I Was a Dog', 'Remembering Little Rock', 'The Four-Part Plan for a New Me', 'Taking the SAT' and 'How to Be Proactive in Maths'.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
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Too Much Homework
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The Tooth Fairy Forgot
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Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Peg Kehret's books for young people have earned a wide readership and critical acclaim. Among her many honours are the PEN Center West Award in Children's Literature, the Golden Kite Award from the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Children's Choice Awards from 29 states, the Forest Roberts Playwriting Award, and the Henry Bergh Award from the ASPCA. Many of her books have been selected by the American Library Association for its Recommended Books for Reluctant Readers. She lives in Washington state.

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