Sign Language for Everyone: A Basic Course in Communication with the Deaf

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T. Nelson, 1977 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 171 pages
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Sign Language for Everyone is authored by Cathy Rice, who along with her late husband, Bill, founded the Bill Rice Ranch, the largest missionary enterprise dedicated to reaching the deaf for Christ. An extension of their ministry, this book covers lessons and rules to follow when learning to sign and interact with the deaf.

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User Review  - Stacey Fullilove -

This book is a good companion to the DVD. It follows the order of the DVD, and has a word index in the back for quick reference if you forget how to sign a word. Read full review

a good start

User Review  - Sara -

Overall, this sign language guide is helpful and fairly easy to use. Some categories of signs seem more logical than others in terms of where in the book they are located. Our family - two adults and ... Read full review


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Bill and Cathy Rice founded the Bill Rice Ranch in 1953 as a ministry to deaf individuals. Since then, the Ranch has become headquarters for the world's largest missionary enterprise dedicated to reaching the deaf for Christ. Every year, twelve hundred deaf young people visit the Ranch for two weeks in the summer free of charge. More than eight hundred churches have established deaf ministries as a result of training received at the Ranch.

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