Why are there so many stones on riverbeds? - Kamishibai® Universe

Why are there so many stones on riverbeds?

Cultures  CD Music  Back-up Puppets  Annotations in the text  A3 42x29,7cm

Traditional story from Chad.

A young boy walking in the savannah steps on a sharp stone and cries out in pain. The elephant hears the boy's cry and runs to help him but in his hurry, accidentally steps on a frog, who jumps sky high... An entertaining chain of events with a circular narrative structure.

Very appropriate for encouraging the value of responsibility.

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  • PRO (BIG A3)
Data sheet
Number of story cards17
FormatKamishibai PRO story cards (BIG A3 -- 16.54 x 11.69 in)
PlaywritingBelén Díaz
IllustratorAntonio Amago Alonso
MusicIñaki Rubio
IncludingA card with cutout puppets and a card with cutout thumbnails to reinforce reading comprehension or language learning. A CD with sound effects and original music created specifically for this story.
TypographyLowercase print writing
Suggested ageAges 3-6
Suitable from3 years old

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