By Diana R. Jenkins
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Narrator: (to audience) Lucky for me, it's the end of the play! From Diana R. Jenkins, All Year Long! Funny Readers Theatre for Life's Special Times. Westport, CT: Teacher Ideas Press. Copyright © 2007 by Diana R. Jenkins. 19 This page intentionally left blank Columbus Day The Mystery of History Summary Lindsey is disappointed when she doesn't get assigned to the history class taught by the cool, fun teacher. Instead, she's stuck with Mrs. Morton, the oldest, meanest teacher in the school—maybe even the world!
Mom: You remember, Mr. Lieberman. This is our boy, Ephraim. Mr. Lieberman: It can't be. Your kid's smaller than that. And good-looking, too. From Diana R. Jenkins, All Year Long! Funny Readers Theatre for Life's Special Times. Westport, CT: Teacher Ideas Press. Copyright © 2007 by Diana R. Jenkins. ) Dad: Well, he's growing like a weed. Mom: And we think he's pretty darn cute. Mr. Lieberman: (to Ephraim) So, kid, who are you really? Ephraim: (in little kid voice) I'm Ephraim! Mr. Lieberman: No way.
Oh, hi, Kenya. Do you want to come in and have a snack? From Diana R. Jenkins, All Year Long! Funny Readers Theatre for Life's Special Times. Westport, CT: Teacher Ideas Press. Copyright © 2007 by Diana R. Jenkins. 53 Kenya: No, thanks. I just stopped by to say ... (weakly wiggling scary fingers) rowraboogie. Heh. Heh. Josie: Oh. Well, see you later, (exits) Kenya: AAAAAARRRRGH! Josie: (sticking head back in) Did you say something? Kenya: Who me? Oh. That was a sneeze. Achoo! Sniff! Josie: Okay, bye.