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This School is Driving Me Nuts, and Other Funny Plays for Kids - DUNCAN BALL

This School is Driving Me Nuts, and Other Funny Plays for Kids

Paperback Published: 1st March 2016
ISBN: 9780994234032
Number Of Pages: 112

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This hilarious collection of nine short plays for kids, written by popular author Duncan Ball, ranges from a comic monologue to a play that can involve a whole class, and everything in between. It will suit use both in the classroom and on stage, as well as being lots of fun to read at home. Capturing the imagination and tickling the funny bones of young readers and actors, the plays range from spoof mystery to fantasy to school capers, all with a great zing of humour. The book also includes tips on staging the plays. Originally published as Comedies for Kids in 1988, this fabulous collection has been fully revised and updated by the author, and with a brand new play, The Teeth of a Vampire', added. The lively cover and internal illustrations are by well-known illustrator Craig Smith. AGES: 7 to 12 AUTHOR: Duncan Ball is the author of many popular books of children's fiction including the multi-award-winning Selby series about the adventures of the world's only talking dog, and the Emily Eyefinger books. He has also written five novels, a collection of funny poetry, My Sister Has a Big Black Beard, and several picture books, including Two Tengu Tales from Japan, illustrated by David Allan and published by Christmas Press in 2015. His books have been translated into many languages. Born and raised in the USA, Duncan now lives in Sydney, Australia. Craig Smith is one of Australia's most well-known illustrators. Craig is passionate about children learning to think with real curiosity, with humour, with imagination and with empathy.

ISBN: 9780994234032
ISBN-10: 0994234031
Audience: Children
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 112
Published: 1st March 2016
Publisher: Christmas Press
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 21.6  x 0.6
Weight (kg): 213.0