Presents Rosa and Blanca Characters: Narrator 1, Narrator 2, Mother, Rosa, Blanca Narrator 1




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Presents

Rosa and Blanca


Characters: Narrator 1, Narrator 2, Mother, Rosa, Blanca
Narrator 1: Once there were two sisters named Rosa and Blanca. They loved each other very much.
Narrator 2: If their mother sent Rosa to the store to buy flour for tortillas, Blanca would go with her.
Narrator 1: If their mother told Blanca to sweep the sidewalk in front of their house, Rosa would help her.
Narrator 2: Their mother would always say,
Mother: My daughters are so good to one another. They make me very happy. I think I am the luckiest mother in the town. No. I am the luckiest mother in the country. No. I am the luckiest mother in the whole world!
Rosa: I am Rosa. When my sister and I grew up, I got married and had three children
Blanca: I am Blanca. I didn’t get married. I lived alone.
Rosa: I planted a garden.

Blanca: I planted a garden, too.
Rosa and Blanca: We planted corn and tomatoes and good hot chiles.
Narrator 1: When the tomatoes were round and ripe, Rosa helped Blanca pick the tomatoes in her garden.
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arrator 2:
Blanca helped Rosa pick the tomatoes in her garden.
Mother: That night Rosa thought,
Rosa: My poor sister Blanca lives all alone. She has

no one to help her make a living. I have a husband and

helpful children. I will give her half of my tomatoes to sell in the market.
Narrator 2: Rosa filled a basket with tomatoes. She started toward Blanca’s house.
Mother: That very same night Blanca thought,
Blanca: My poor sister Rosa has a husband and three children. There are five to feed in her house. I only have myself. I will give her half of my tomatoes to sell in the market.
Narrator 1: Blanca filled a basket with tomatoes. She started toward Rosa’s house. The night was dark. The two sisters did not see each other when they passed.
Narrator 2: Rosa added her tomatoes to the pile in Blanca’s kitchen.
Mother: Blanca added her tomatoes to the pile in Rosa’s kitchen.
Narrator 1: The next day, Rosa looked at her pile of tomatoes.

Rosa: Vaya! How can I have so many tomatoes?! Did my tomatoes have babies during the night?
Narrator 2: The next day Blanca looked at her pile of tomatoes.
Blanca: Vaya! How can I have so many tomatoes?! Did my tomatoes have babies during the night?
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other:
When the corn was ripe, Rosa helped Blanca pick her corn. Blanca helped Rosa pick her corn.
Narrator 1: That night Rosa thought,
Rosa: I will give half of my corn to Blanca to sell

in the market.


Narrator 2: That night Blanca thought,
Blanca: I will give half of my corn to Rosa to sell in the market.
Mother: Each of my daughters filled a basket with corn. Rosa went to Blanca’s house. Blanca went to Rosa’s house.
Narrator 1: The night was dark. They did not see each other when they passed.
Narrator 2: Rosa added her corn to the corn in Blanca’s house.
Mother: Blanca added her corn to the corn in Rosa’s house.
Narrator 1: The next day Rosa said,




Rosa: Vaya! How can I have so much

corn? Did each ear invite a friend to



pend the night?
Narrator 2: The next day Blanca said,
Blanca: Vaya! How can I have so much corn? Did each ear invite a friend to spend the night?
Narrator 1: When the chiles were red and hot, Rosa helped Blanca pick her chiles.
Narrator 2: Blanca helped Rosa pick her chiles.
Mother: That night Rosa thought,
Rosa: I will give Blanca half of my chiles to sell in the market?
Mother: That night Blanca thought,
Blanca: I will give Rosa half of my chiles to sell in the market.
Narrator 1: Each sister filled a basket with chiles.
Mother: Just then Rosa’s youngest child started to cry. Rosa went to the child’s room. She picked him up and rocked him.
Narrator 2: Blanca was on her way to Rosa’s house.
Narrator 1: When Rosa’s child went to sleep, Rosa picked up her basket of chiles.
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arrator 2:
She started out the door.
Mother: Blanca was coming in the door.
Narrator 1: The both said,
Rosa and Blanca: Vaya!.
Narrator 2: Rosa said
Rosa: Blanca, what are you doing? Why do you have that basket of chiles?
Narrator 2: Blanca said,
Blanca: Rosa, what are you doing? Why do you have that basket of chiles?
Narrator 1: Rosa said,
Rosa: I was going to give half of my chiles to you.
Narrator 2: Blanca said,
Blanca: But I was going to give half of my chiles to you!
Narrator 1: Rosa said,
Rosa: So that is why I still had so many tomatoes!
Narrator 2: Blanca said,
Blanca: So that is why I still had so much corn!
Rosa and Blanca: We hugged each other.

Narrator 1: The next day Rosa and Blanca went to their mother’s house. They told their mother what they had done.
Narrator 2: Their old mother smiled and hugged her daughters. She said,
Mother: My daughters are so good to one another. They make me very happy. I think I am the luckiest mother in the town. No. I am the luckiest mother in the country. No. I am the luckiest mother in the whole world!







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