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Script title: Mother's Day
Script Author Art & Louise Ferry: Profile | Scripts
Date uploaded: May 19 2001
Average rating:
8.2 (Very good)
49 votes (View)
Description: Moms that aren't in the workforce still work ... alot! Junior discovers this revelation and learns why we should all appreciate our moms.
Message from Art & Louise Ferry:
Keywords: Family, Respect
Most appropriate ages:  From 7 yrs old, to 12 yrs old
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Number of puppets: 1
Number of non-puppets (ie humans): 1
Approximate running time: 5-10 (minutes)
Script language: English
Christian/Non-Christian/Either: Christian
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