The Sign Painter's Dream
Roger Roth
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The Sign Painter's Dream

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A spunky old woman's request and a rather unusual dream convince Crabby Clarence the sign painter to make the most glorious and magnificent sign of his career and then give it away.
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Published January 1st 1995 by Turtleback Books (first published March 16th 1993)
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A sign crabby sign painter is approached by an elderly woman who seeks a free sign to advertise the apples she gives away to those in need. She wants a dynamic sign and she's not offering a dime which offends the old man. Later, he has a dream in which the late, great George Washington himself seeks a free sign and the sign painter awakens with a different perspective on the request and an overall outlook on his profession.

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