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Nursery rhymes let you draw on your memories of childhood as well as provide wonderful storylines.

Nursery rhymes — those little ditties from your childhood — are great sources for characters and story lines. Imagine Mary, Mary Quite Contrary as the star of her own hip-hop troupe. Or what if Little Miss Muffet wasn’t arachnophobic and instead befriended the spider? How would Jack and Jill have approached the hill if one of them were physically challenged?

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