My third Latino monologue book: finding your voice!
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My Third Latino Monologue Book is the third title in a groundbreaking new collection designed to support K-3 students in beginning acting classes whose first language, or, language most frequently spoken at home, is Spanish. Divided into four sections about life in general, school, brothers and sisters, and dreams, the 100 monologues range from comic to dramatic, and each speaks directly to young actors - to their joys and dilemmas, hopes and fears. While performing these short, snappy monologues, beginning acting students discover situations and characters to identify with, and by so doing, find their own voices.

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My Third Latino Monologue Book is the third title in a groundbreaking new collection designed to support K-3 students in beginning acting classes whose first language, or, language most frequently spoken at home, is Spanish. Divided into four sections about life in general, school, brothers and sisters, and dreams, the 100 monologues range from comic to dramatic, and each speaks directly to young actors - to their joys and dilemmas, hopes and fears. While performing these short, snappy monologues, beginning acting students discover situations and characters to identify with, and by so doing, find their own voices.
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Ramirez, M. (2009). My third Latino monologue book: finding your voice! [United States]: Smith and Kraus Inc.

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Ramirez, M. 2009. My Third Latino Monologue Book: Finding Your Voice! [United States]: Smith and Kraus Inc.

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Ramirez, M, My Third Latino Monologue Book: Finding Your Voice! [United States]: Smith and Kraus Inc, 2009.

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Ramirez, M. My Third Latino Monologue Book: Finding Your Voice! [United States]: Smith and Kraus Inc, 2009. Web.

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