Emily Brown And The Thing | Teaching IdeasA musical adaptation of the book by Cressida Cowell and Neal Layton. One evening, Emily Brown and her old grey rabbit Stanley hear a Thing crying outside their window. Parents and children the world over will recognize all the bizarre excuses a child can make to keep the light on and a parent in the room at bedtime, and this story has a gentle message that there's really no need to be scared of 'Things' in the night. Touching on themes of fear, bravery and adventure, this production has great songs, clever puppets, and characters that audiences of all ages will adore. Please contact us to watch a full length archival recording. Tall Stories brings great stories to life for audiences of all ages.
Emily Brown and the Thing
Share on:. Once upon a time, there was a little girl called Emily Brown and an old grey rabbit called Stanley. Emily Brown and Stanley were trying to get to sleep after a busy day. But a noise was keeping them awake. It seemed to be coming from the window.
A classic Emily Brown bedtime story about being scared of the dark. From Children's Laureate, Cressida Cowell. Emily Brown and her rabbit, Stanley, are trying to sleep. But a Splish-Splosh noise is keeping them awake It's a Thing!
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A classic Emily Brown bedtime story about being scared of the dark. From Children's Laureate, Cressida Cowell. Emily Brown and her rabbit, Stanley, are trying to sleep. But a Splish-Splosh noise is keeping them awake It's a Thing! And this Thing just won't go to sleep.