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The Most Dangerous Game

Rhyming Reader’s Theater script version adapted from the short story by Richard Connell. A part on every page keeps everyone engaged!

Use with groups of three.

A big-game hunter trapped on the island of a sadistic fellow hunter who, bored with conventional prey, has come to see humans as the only quarry worthy of his skill. A swashbuckling story with a series of adventurous twists between the hunter and his game.

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“As an experienced teacher of Language Arts for gifted students, I recommend these stories. My students love to read the rhyming stories as part of their literature experience. They are extremely helpful with students who struggle with oral fluency as well as those students who find the vocabulary of these original stories overwhelming. Once plot is mastered, lively higher-level discussions around such topics as purpose of the author can follow. These are an ideal way to bring a spark of excitement to any classroom studying Young Adult Literature.

Margaret Higgins, Ed.D.

Nationally Board Certified, Young Adult Language Arts

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