American sign language: a comprehensive dictionary
This is by far the largest, most complete dictionary of sign language ever published. It is a vast reference book which will be of great use to deaf people and those who love them and work with them. 5,430 word entries and cross-references, over 8,000 drawings, made by Herbert Rogoff from rapid photographs of hand movements, 1,184 pages, a bibliography of nearly 1,300 items, seven foreign-language indexes, including Italian, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Russian and Japanese.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
It's a dictionary, so there's not much that can be said about it as a review. The layout is acceptable and considering I'm most likely using it to verify my own knowledge, I can't really call it out on any errors.
Review: American Sign Language Dictionary UnabridgedUser Review - Loraine - Goodreads
I love this book. It was given to me by a friend when my daughter and I were interested in teaching her son sign language. It's very easy to look something up and learn it. Everything makes sense ... Read full review
Random House Webster's Pocket American Sign Language Dictionary
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The Study and Use of Sign Language by William C Stokoe Jr
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