APH Weeks Before Christmas

'Twas weeks before Christmas, Santa's short on time,
"I need accessible gifts for those who are blind!"

He's been watching the weather for snow and for ice.
He checks the time with his talking ZeitGeist.

"What can I do?" he pleads to his spouse.
"Dear, shop online at American Printing House."

"You know I forgot about the shop APH site.
It'll sure come in handy on a night like tonight."

"I'll grab my list and fire up the Mac,
Accessible gifts I'll have in my sack."

Look at the books, what a selection!
I'll pick this one from Chrissy's Collection."

"I know one book I'll sure be taking,
It's a good one to read, APH History in the Making."

"For Bobby, Tommy, Missy and Sue,
I'll make reading easier with the handy i-vu."

"Sam wants games, that's really nice,
I'll add to his list APH's Talking GlowDice."

"For those who aren't technologically set,
I'll have for them APH's Handi-cassette."

"A netbook is cool for Betty and Christa.
I'm sure they could learn from Verbal View of Vista."

"John and Sally really like to stay fit!
To them I'll give this cool Fitness Kit.

"Everyone knows the importance of braille.
Practice makes perfect with the Compact Swing Cell.

"Keep track of appointments and dates,
You can't go wrong with QuickBraille stylus and slate."

"In the stockings this year, I'll know what to hide,
APH's redesigned Signature Guide."

"It looks like I'm done, man I'm so tired.
It's back to my chair to relax by the fire."

Santa closes his eyes and starts to snore.
He's glad he remembered shop.aph.org.


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