Permission from Dr. Seuss Enterprises to write Cat in the Hat!
skifoot at GMAIL.COM
Wed Jan 10 16:18:25 UTC 2007
Always such a headache when people refuse to grant permission to
transcribe/translate, such a coup when they do grant it.
-- Kim from Boston
On 1/9/07, Valerie Sutton <sutton at signwriting.org> wrote:
> SignWriting List
> January 9, 2007
> Hello Cherie and Donna and everyone...
> Great news! I just received a contract from Dr. Seuss Enterprises,
> granting us permission to translate and write The Cat in the Hat in
> American Sign Language in SignWriting!
> I have to sign the contract and then we can continue the
> translation...I am not sure the details of the permission yet...I
> will keep you informed...I believe we are granted permission to post
> the document on the web for free download, and possibly to print some
> copies for students and schools...
> Aren't we fortunate? And thank you, Cherie, for your excellent
> translation so far!
> Val ;-)
> Valerie Sutton
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