Sign Language ABC

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Sterling Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
12 Reviews
A is for ASTRONAUT, B is for BIRD, and C is for CRAB. Bold and bright, hip and cool, this striking ABC book is like none other: each page teaches children the American Sign Language alphabet through a combination of letters, hand spelling, and adorable illustrations.

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User Review  - epoche - LibraryThing

The ABC's in sign language are called the Manual Alphabet. Using the alphabet to sign is called finger spelling. When doing sign language, you can use either your right or left hand. The author uses a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ashlyn Barker - Goodreads

This is a great book with colorful pictures and well done illustrations that demonstrate how to perform the sign for each letter of the alphabet. Students would enjoy this book and it would be a good starting point to talk about the Deaf community. Read full review

About the author (2012)

In her New York City Baby Fingers school, Lora Heller teaches infants to sign before they can speak. She has been featured in the The New York Times and is author of Sterling's Sign Language for Kids: A Fun and Easy Guide to American Sign Language and our Baby Fingers books, Hello, Goodbye; All Day Long; I Want; I'm Feeling; and Teaching Your Baby to Sign. Laura lives in New York, NY. Learn more about her at mybabyfingers.com.

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