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The Little Pig's Puppet Book by Cameron N.…

The Little Pig's Puppet Book

by Cameron N. Watson

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A combination picture/activity book all about how to put on a puppet show from start to finish. Charles, Bertram and Ralph, the pig brothers from "The Little Pig's First Cookbook" stage a production for their friends. Following the pig's backstage preparations, young readers will learn how to make puppets, write an original script, put up a stage, create scenery, make programmes and tickets, and even rustle up some refreshments. Step-by-step instructions are enhanced by hints and diagrams and include cautions to ask for adult help with more difficult tasks.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:19 -0400)

Three pig brothers decide to put on a puppet show for all their friends. Includes step-by-step instructions for making puppets, writing an original script, putting up a stage, creating scenery, and making programs, tickets, and refreshments.

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