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POCKET FOR CORDUROY, A� AND MORE STORIES ABOUT FRIENDSHIP - ASL

What to know: Corduroy is left in a laundromat to his owner, Lisa's, great despair.
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Recommended age 2-5
36 minutes
DVD
NEW VIDEO GROUP, INC.
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This DVD had good stories. I like how I can see the words. I know some sign language, and I'm learning more. I think my friends would like it because the stories are good. I really liked Corduroy because I have a stuffed bear, too. I think the fishy one is sad, even though it got happy at the end. He had friends.
The classic tale comes to the screen once again, only this time it's for a wider audience, which includes hearing-impaired viewers. The story is signed in American Sign Language (ASL) while the narrator reads the words on the screen. Simple illustrations enhance the story, and are never blocked out by the woman and man signing. "Blue Burt and Wiggles" is a delightful tale about two unlikely friends (a bird and worm) who are going to be separated for the winter. Their efforts to keep summer going will keep your little ones laughing. "Big Al" has catchy music and silly illustrations sure to make your children smile. Poor Al is trying to make friends, but the other fist are scared of him. He learns that his size can be a benefit and not a detriment as others learn to appreciate him. Learn about the seasons and life under the sea with this sweet DVD.
Corduroy is left in a laundromat to his owner, Lisa's, great despair. The Hispanic girl is very excited to find him again the next day. She discovers that he wandered off because he was looking for a pocket. She tells him that he just should have asked. She makes him a pocket, and the two are happy together. Also on this DVD are "Blue Burt and Wiggles" and "Big Al."
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