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Little One Inch

Little One Inch

by Tears of Joy Theatre, Portland, OR
2009-10 Family Series

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Meet one of Japan’s most beloved heroes: Little One Inch, a tiny boy no bigger than an inch and determined to win his fortune. With a rice bowl for a boat and a chopstick for an oar, Little One Inch sets off to save Japan and battle the horrible ogre. During his adventure, he befriends a kappa, rides a koi, and becomes the playmate of a princess before defeating the ogre in a surprisingly hilarious battle. Performed with Bunraku style puppets, this story will prove to audiences of all ages that even the smallest of heroes can overcome the biggest of challenges.

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Georgia Performance Standards for Little One Inch :
Kindergarten | 1st Grade | 2nd Grade | 3rd Grade | 4th Grade | 5th Grade | 6th Grade

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