Teaching Your Baby to Sign

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
Using sign language, babies everywhere are successfully communicating their needs and desires even before they can talk. They are jump-starting their communications and language skills while deepening parent-child bonds. With this adorable board book of simple signs, created by a leading expert in the field who runs her own school in Manhattan, parents can take advantage of a major new trend—one that’s become so popular it was profiled by The New York Times. On every page, cute babies demonstrate the gestures that mean Mommy, Daddy, love, dog, cat, home, sleep, tired, hungry, music, milk, and banana. And because babies very much like looking at photos of other babies, they’ll have fun even as they learn.
The author lives in New York, NY.

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will definately be usefull would just like to see a few extra basic words used often with toddlers. Read full review

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