All about Sign Language: Talking with Your Hands

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Enslow Publishers, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Do you know sign language? Some people are born hard-of-hearing, deaf, or become deaf later in life. Sign language can help them communicate with people around them. Read about how sign language was developed, jobs for which it is useful to know sign language, and some people who are important to sign language. Also, learn the manual alphabet.

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All about Sign Language: Talking with your hands is a great book. It establishes the history of American sign language and then details how the same sign can be instructed to multiple words. It explains how the emotion behind the words are important and there is also different words that look familiar. There is a mixture of pictures on the page, some real life, illustrated and doodles. The book is designed with a table of content and chapters that go along with the founding of sign language and the development of it. 

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Lowenstein is a professional freelance author. She has a teaching degree for grades K-8.

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