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Tag Archives: It’s a Small World
Disney Publishing Enlightens the World with new “it’s a small world” app for iphone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
We currently have an iPod touch at home and I am impressed with its ability to teach as well as entertain. I can’t wait to upgrade to an iPad, expand the visual real estate, and explore its potential as well. … Continue reading
The newest commercial for Disneyland’s Holiday season features children of the world flying in a Peter Pan style ship as they experience the Joy of It’s A Small World on the way to Disneyland. Or something like that. Fairly high … Continue reading
The topiaries that surround the exterior of Disneyland’s classic and much loved attraction “it’s a small world” have been impressing guests since 1966. But what behind the scenes magic is involved in putting on this show? This video with Topiary … Continue reading
I’ve been stuck on It’s A Small World (IASW) a couple times before, once for 26 minutes. Let me tell you, it was not a pleasant experience. The music never turned off while other boats were being evacuated around us. … Continue reading