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At School/En la Escuela
School has never been so exciting! Kid-friendly photographs and comprehensive diagrams teach young readers various signs for objects around the classroom. Both Spanish and English translations encourage kids to explore different languages and methods of communication.
Table of Contents
- A Special Note to Parents and Educators
- A Special Thank You
- Dewey: 419
- BISAC: JNF029040, JNF029050
- Graphics: Full-color photographs
- Reinforced book (9781592964505): 9 x 7.5, 24 pages, © 2006
- Series: Talking Hands
A Review of "Talking Hands" in School Library Journal
Reviewed on 1 June 2006
These titles offer good, basic introductions to American Sign Language with accompanying text in both English and Spanish. Each volume takes on a specific concept or theme and is illustrated with simple line drawings and full-color photographs. The children used as models are students at Chicago’s Alexander Graham Bell Elementary School. On each page, a line drawing demonstrates how to make the sign along with a text-based description of the movements (in most, but not all instances). The layout of the books is attractive and useful; the American Sign Language alphabet is appended.
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