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Hungry for some delightful family entertainment? Look no further than a tale of magic, community and sharing with "The New Stone Soup in American Sign Language," the latest release in the award-winning Once Upon A Sign DVD series, available September 22, 2015 from DawnSignPress, a company well-known for quality children's ASL products.
"The New Stone Soup in American Sign Language" tells the story of three traveling magicians who hope to enjoy a delicious meal after entertaining the folks in a local village. The people are happy to revel in the show but not at all willing to share their food with the performers, so the trio comes up with a plan to get the community to contribute food and learn that sharing can be a joyous and happy thing. They create the magical Stone Soup, which is enriched with delicious ingredients contributed by all – what could be better?
To watch a trailer of "The New Stone Soup in American Sign Language" visit HERE.
If you are looking for a fun way to learn sign language and teach your little ones too, the Once Upon a Sign series is the way to go. They make learning sign language fun with engaging stories which will have you and your kids learning within minutes!
Once Upon a Time DVDs are available on DawnSignPress for a suggested retail price of $15.95 each and they are releasing a new title - "The Three Little Pigs in American Sign Language" - later in 2015.
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