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A cumulative rhyme relating how rain came to
the drought-stricken Kapiti Plain.
c1981 - VERSE CHOIR
Someone is in rabbit's house and won't let her
c1977 - VARIETY, HUMOROUS
West African tale which explains why mosquito,
who is responsible for baby owl's death, buzzes in people's
ears for forgiveness.
c1975 - HUMOROUS
Jake and his father where prospecting for gold. When they find a nugget, was it luck or hard work.
c2007 - Verse choir
Describes in verse the life of the brown-skinned
Momma, white-skinned Daddy and family.
c1973 - HUMOROUS, VERSE CHOIR
Poems about food and eating.
c1979 - HUMOROUS, DUO, VERSE CHOIR
Anthology of the 20th Century American poetry
by Afro-American authors.
c1973 - VARIOUS
Cuthbert O. Devine tries to hide the fact he's
c1977 - HUMOROUS
Man begins with a horse and ends up with a bag
of rotten apples.
c1968 - HUMOROUS
An abundance of hair with an attitude!
c2009 - Humorous solo
Flannel shirt is handed down through the family.
c1983 - VARIETY
Variety of short stories.
c1980 - VARIETY
Using a lemonade stand as an example, introduces
c1977 - HUMOROUS, VERSE CHOIR
Little child thinks he is falling apart when
his tooth falls out, and his toes peel.
c1997 - HUMOROUS
A young boy is worried about what will happen
to his body when he hears such expressions as give him
a hand and hold your tongue.
c2001 - HUMOROUS
A mouse has to think fast to avoid becoming a cat’s lunch.
c2004 - Humorous solo
Fractured fairy tale.
c1993 - HUMOROUS
Chronicles the deportation of Jews into ghettos
during Hitlers Third Reich and presents the narratives
of three individuals whom, as teenagers, lived in the ghettos
of Lodz, Theresienstadt, and Warsaw and survived amidst horrible
conditions. For older children.
c1999 - SERIOUS SOLO, SERIOUS DUO