Its a Small World by Richard M. ShermanIts A Small World
PLOT: A little orphan boy named Bobby has questions about who he is and where he comes from. While on a trip to Disney land he becomes separated from the other kids in the foster home and is attracted by a ride with a big clock tower called Its A Small World. He learns that it doesnt matter where hes from because he feels connected to a bit of every country and he has the other kids so hes not alone.
MY THOUGHTS: I remember this book fondly from my childhood. It came with a record and what I remember the most is the song changes as he goes through the ride to take on a musical tone of whichever country hes in. During the Dutch part, there was a knock-knock part of the wooden shoes and my mother would click my heels together to the beat of the song. I thought the music MADE the story!
RATING: 7 Im not sure if this is the book I have but I do have a MUCH older version. Same name. Probably same story.
We Love Disney Artists - It's a Small World (Lyrics)
Disney Chorus - It's a Small World lyrics
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A world of tears. It's a world of hopes. And a world of fears. There's so much that we share. That it's time we're aware. It's a small world after all. It's a small world.
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Lyrics for the Famous Disney Theme Park Ride Tune
The ride features over audio-animatronic children in traditional costumes from cultures around the world, frolicking in a spirit of international unity, and singing the attraction's title song, which has a theme of global peace. According to Time. Lincoln Illinois , The Carousel of Progress General Electric , and CircleVision Kodak —already under development, which were used by Disney to sponsor, fund, and test concepts and develop ride systems and innovative entertainment intended to be moved and rebuilt at Disneyland after the World's Fair closed in The Pepsi Board of Directors took so long to agree on what type of attraction to sponsor that then-board member and widow of past company president Alfred Steele , actress Joan Crawford , prevailed upon her longtime Hollywood friend Walt Disney to design such an attraction as would be suitable for Pepsi. Because of the short lead-time to design, create, and construct such an attraction, she insisted that the board of directors accept his proposal, seeing as he was already designing attractions for the state of Illinois , Ford, General Electric , and Kodak and knew Walt was the only one who could accomplish such a feat in the short time left until the fair was scheduled to open.