Signing How to Speak With your Hands

Signing How to Speak With your Hands

Book - 1983
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Random House, Inc.
American Sign Language is a wonderful silent language of hands, face, and body that is rich with nuance, emotion, and grace. Bantam is proud to present the newly revised Signing : How To Speak With Your Hands, a comprehensive and easy-to-use guide that has long been the invaluable and definitive guide for families, friends, and professionals who need to communicate effectively with deaf children and adults. Now this expanded edition, with redesigned interiors and updated material, includes even more signs; large, upper-torso illustrations clearly show formation and movement of the hands, and their relation to the face and body. All the beautifully illustrated signs are accompanied by precise, easy-to-follow instructions on how to form them. This complete guide includes chapters on common phrases, the alphabet, foods and eating, health, recreation, and the newest chapter covering technology, politics. education, and music.

Baker & Taylor
Shares more than one thousand hand gestures from the American sign language representing words dealing with things, people, foods, adjectives and adverbs, numbers, time, places, health, recreation, religion, and emotions

& Taylor

A revised and expanded edition of the widely used, helpfully illustrated, comprehensive guide to sign language includes easy-to-follow instructions, new signs, information on new technology and education, and more. Original.

Publisher: Toronto, ON : Bantam Books, 1983
ISBN: 9780553375398
Characteristics: 262 p.; 27cm ; cm


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