What's Growing Under Your Bed?
A Collection of Sketches and Monologues for Children and Young Teens
|Performance Time: Scripts vary from 5 to 10 minutes in length.|
|Suggested Use: Resource for any children's or early youth worker.|
|Topics: Children's Drama, Faithfulness, Friendship, God's Love, Gossip, Honesty, Humor, Joy, Kindness, Patience|
|Good humorous sketches and monologues for the young are not easy to come by. Martha Bolton changes all that with What's Growing Under Your Bed?. The 19 short scripts reflect childhood in its many facets. |
The title sketch is all about an investigative reporter who sends children under their bed to see what they can find. The moral? When your mom tells you to clean up your room, clean it up. "Oral Reportitis" is an engaging monologue about God and oral reports. The seventeen remaining sketches are just as appropriate; all have Martha's deft comedic touch that tickles the funny bone and makes a point.
|Performance Royalty: Nonroyalty|
Theme: Attitude or Attitudes