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by Linda Bourke,Mary Beth Sullivan

Download A Show of Hands: Say It in Sign Language ePub
  • ISBN 006446007X
  • ISBN13 978-0064460071
  • Language English
  • Author Linda Bourke,Mary Beth Sullivan
  • Publisher Trophy Pr; Reprint edition (May 1, 1985)
  • Pages 96
  • Formats mbr docx lrf lit
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1499 kb
  • Size Fb2 1857 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 937

An introduction to the language used by many deaf and hearing-impaired people teaches youngsters how to spell messages in the air and how to order french fries without saying a word

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A Show of Hands book. Read by Mary Beth Sullivan.

Sullivan, Mary Beth, 1954-; Bourke, Linda; Regan, Susan. Originally published: Reading, Mass. Addison-Wesley, c1980. overcropped-tight margins.

by Mary Beth Sullivan. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780064460071. Release Date:June 1985. Publisher:HarperCollins Publishers.

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by Mary Beth Sullivan & Linda Burke. illustrations by Linda Bourke. Not only does this book introduce some signs and finger spelling it also takes a look at being deaf in a hearing world. Kinetic students may find it beneficial to finger spell their spelling lists. The movement helps them remember.

I don’t really get it, though.

By Linda Bourke, Mary Beth Sullivan, Linda Bourke. see all Roll up your sleeves, wiggle your fingers, and prepare to speak with your hands.

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Mavegar
This is a first rate introduction to sign language. Because it begins with everyday words I was able to understand how an entirely new way of communication is something that I actually can learn. Linda Bourke's illustrations are wonderful - making the configuration of fingers very clear, easy to follow and a perfect guide to learning a visual language.
Blacknight
This was one of my favorite books when I was a child, so I was happy to buy it and share it with my son. He really enjoys it.
Paster
Exactly as described
POFOD
Love this book. Hoping to find more! I am teaching other folks about sign language and it is one of my favorite books. I know the kids love cartoons and this is good way to learn it.
Impala Frozen
Great comic style book for elementary age kids. My daughter is almost 5 and loves this!
Neol
I found this book very enjoyable. Each page gave the reader another look into the deaf culture and sign language. It is not a long book but an easy one to understand. This book is a great starting point for people who are interesting in learning sign. The book is made more for a child then an adult, but I believe anyone will enjoy it as a look into the use of sign Language.