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Script title: Prodigal Princess
Script Author Kate Monrovi: Profile | Scripts
Date uploaded: February 26 2012
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Description: A little princess decides to leave her castle to avoid becoming queen. She spends all of her money on ice cream and goes back home to her father.This fun script relates to the story of the prodigal son.
Message from Kate Monrovi: The kids really liked this one, espicially the Hannah Montana at the end. It's one of my better works and like it alot. I made a sign to go around Icecream Man's neck with pictures of icecream on it, and gave him one of those old milkman style hats. We draped the princess in shimery fabric and cut holes in the bottom of shiny socks for sleeves.
Keywords: Adversity, Angels, Anger, Apologetics, Bible, Bible Stories, Bitterness, Born again, Character, Choice, Church, Fairy Tales, Family, Forgiveness, Freedom, Fun, Giving, God, Grace, Jesus, Lazy, Love, Materialism, Money, Obedience, Parable, Salvation
Most appropriate ages:  From 4 yrs old, to 12 yrs old
Materials: Kings crown, shimery fabric (for princess) ice cream man accesories
Number of puppets: 4
Number of non-puppets (ie humans): 1
Approximate running time: 2-3 (minutes)
Script language: English
Christian/Non-Christian/Either: Christian
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