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THE EVERYDAY LIVING

OF
CHILDREN AND TEENS

MONOLOGUES


VOLUME II




52 Real Life Acts
Compiled Together To

Enhance Both Acting & Socialization Skills
For The Youth Ranging From Ages 7 Thru 18




ADRA YOUNG


EDITED BY: TINA WIMBY





Published By:
Ardannyl

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Copyright © 2008 Adra Young

All rights reserved. No part of this book shall be reproduced,
stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means,
electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise,
without written permission from the author or publisher.


Publisher or Company Name
123 ABC Lane
City, State Zipcode

Phone: 123-456-7890
www.xxxxxxxxx.com

ISBN: 978-0-615-23754-1

Photo Credits:
Young Women (Front), © Lifestock Productions |
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Adorable African Boy (Front), © Jose Manuel Gelpi Diaz |
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Two Hispanic Young Boys (Front), © Katrina Brown |
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Diverse Group of Kids (Front), © Godfer | Dreamstime.com
Teen Time (Back: girl in pink sweater), © Noriko Cooper |
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Two Girls Hugging and Smiling (Back), © Jarenwicklund |
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Happy Casual Teenagers (Back), © Roxana González |
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Printed in the United States
Digital Publishing of Florida, Inc.

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MONOLOGUES FOR

YOUNG MALES AND FEMALES

This last section of the book is for both young men and

women. Applying the same techniques, utilize all of your

acting capabilities to your fullest potential. Remember, the

more you practice, the better you will improve your craft as

professional actors.

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“Disappointment”

Synopsis: This young person is soul searching and wants to

know why their parents made the choice to give them up for

adoption.

Optional Props: None
Delivery Time: 50 seconds



People have no idea how blessed they are to have

even one biological parent in their lives. What I wouldn’t

do just to be with my real mom or dad. Why didn’t they

love me enough to keep me?

I have adopted parents. (Smiling) Although they are

very good to me, it’s not the same. I yearn to know who

my biological parents are. I just want to know simple

things. For instance, who I got my eyes from? (Pointing at

their eyes) It would be nice to know whose side of my

biological family I resemble the most.

My parents gave me away. (Sadly) When I turn

eighteen, I’m going to hire someone to help me locate them.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Adra Young is a native of Gary, Indiana. She is an

Acting Coach, Actress, and Educator. Graduating from

Roosevelt High School in 1990, Young was accepted and

attended the prestigious Central State University in

Wilberforce, Ohio. Majoring in Education, she took her

first shot at acting on the university’s campus. Receiving

her Bachelors Degree in Education, Ms. Young has

dedicated over twelve years of service as a teacher to the

youth of Detroit, Michigan. Obtaining her Masters Degree

from the University of Detroit in 1999, she majored in

Education Administration. In 2005, Ms. Young wrote her

first acting and socialization guide for the youth titled, The

Everyday Living of Children and Teens Monologues.

Venturing off into the world of business in 2006, Ms.

Young created ARDANNYL. ARDANNYL is an after

school performing arts company that provides acting,

singing, and dance to youngsters five days a week. Her

second book, The Everyday Living of Children and Teens

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Monologues Volume II is a sequel to the first. Modeling

the same concept as the first, Volume II is a realistic

testament of dilemmas and situations that today’s youth

have been exposed to.

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