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| In the Soup|
|Author Judy Wolfman|
|Author David Reiser (bio)|
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|In this musical version of the French folktale, Stone Soup, itinerant musicians have been traveling through a land ravaged by a drought. Unable to find work the musicians are forced to sell their instruments to buy food and must make the musical sounds with their voices.
They come to a village and ask for food but the citizens are unwilling to share what little they have. Undaunted, the musicians start boiling water in which they drop a stone, telling the curious villagers they are making stone soup. The villagers begin to contribute various foods until there is a large pot of delicious soup which all enjoy at an impromptu feast.
In a classic case of can't see the forest for the trees the musicians are made aware that their voices, which they've been using to make instrument sounds, are lovely, and are encouraged to enter an area music contest at which they could win enough money to get back on their feet financially.