Item description for Sign and Sing Along: Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear! (Sign and Singalong) by Annie Kubler, Earle Labor, Lee Morgan, Jeanne Campbell Reesman, John R. Willingham, Lubos Merhaut & Marta Ottlova...
Overview Presents an illustrated version of a children's song, accompanied by diagrams showing how to form the Signed English signs for each word.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.3" Width: 7.25" Height: 7.25" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Mar 31, 2005
Publisher Child's Play, Int'l
ISBN 1904550401 ISBN13 9781904550402
Availability 16 units. Availability accurate as of May 26, 2017 12:56.
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More About Annie Kubler, Earle Labor, Lee Morgan, Jeanne Campbell Reesman, John R. Willingham, Lubos Merhaut & Marta Ottlova
Annie Kubler was born in 1960.
Annie Kubler has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Sign and Sing Along: Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear! (Sign and Singalong)?
Wonderful Jul 28, 2008
I have a 10mth old girl and she just loves this book. I found the seller great to purchase with. I had no hassel at all. Makes buying fun when you don't have to worry about delays.
Clear, easy signs demonstrated by cute illustrated babies! May 16, 2006
"Hold out your Teddy Bear arms...!" (hug, hug)
That's how storytime begins with this book, which will encourage active participation even in babies who aren't signing. Very cute pictures of babies and helpful captions for parents on the pictures of signs make this a series of books you will enjoy together again and again.
Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear includes many very useful basic signs. This isn't my favourite of the series - I guess because it's a rhyme, not a song, but DD2 still loves hearing it.
Recommended for ages 1-2 only, as it's a very basic rhyme that older toddlers will probably not sit still for for long.