A Tortoise, of Course - (Readers Theater, Older Readers)
Readers Theater, Older Elementary School Readers
What's that moving on the land, almost invisible in the sand, close to the ground, patiently plodding, treading slowly, tenderly bobbing, bald head weaving, bouncing, nodding? See? What can it be?
Grandma and the Ankole Bull (Older Elementary School Readers)
An African grandmother and her grandson travel across the Sahara desert with an Ankole bull.
Grandma and the Ankole Bull (Younger Elementary School Readers)
An African grandmother and her grandson travel across the Sahara desert to the Village Watutu. They bring with them an Ankole bull who not only has the largest horns anyone has ever seen, but also the loudest "moo" anyone has ever heard.
THE CRAZY DESERT CRITTERS, Africa
This story-in-rhyme includes a silly old man and a pizza eating boy who know a lot about meerkats, warthogs, camels, fennic foxes, and sand cats. As the old man describes each animal, the boy reacts as follows: surprised, amazed, dumbfounded, bewildered, and astonished!
THE CRAZY DESERT CRITTERS, North America
Same plot as I-72, but this story-in-rhyme includes a silly old man and a pizza eating boy who know a lot about side-blotched lizards, round-tailed squirrels, tortoise/reptiles, kit foxes, and bobcats (North American animals).
THE DESERT CRITTERS
A little girl meets a packrat who wants to come to breakfast, a jackrabbit who wants to come to lunch, a warthog who wants to come to tea, and a camel who wants to come to dinner. She's delighted, but can't find a menu to please them. This script features desert animals from around the world.