Reviews - What do customers think about An Alphabet of Animal Signs (Early Sign Language)?
great books! Dec 29, 2007
These are great beginning sign language books for babies and toddlers. We have had the set for my children (now 4 and 18 mo) and now purchased for my 8 mo old niece. They are also sturdy books.
Excellent Signing Aid for Teaching and Learning Jan 3, 2007
This book is great. My little boy communicates almost exclusively in sign language and we are having to learn along with him. This makes it easier to teach, and with the pictures, he picks it up pretty quickly.
needs lots of explanation for people who don't sign Aug 28, 2004
Our daughter uses ASL to communicate and I bought this book for her nurses, thinking that it would give them some basic vocabulary to use with her. The pictures are very basic and it is hard to understand what kind of movement is going on. There are no written explanations for performing each movement. This makes it difficult for someone to know if the sign is correct. (Not important if you are using signs short term, but important in our case.) I highly recommend the Signing Time video series. Lots of very useful signs and the videos are just as interesting as Elmo or Barney to our daughter!
Beautiful book, great signs, wonderful for all ages Oct 9, 2003
This book is wonderful. It is larger than I expected (9 x 7 in.) and the pages are full of very colorful images accompanied by a clear illustration depicting each animal's sign.
The book contains 16 pages and those pages are packed with images and signs - one for every letter of the alphabet.
A very inexpensive way to add to your signing library. I highly recommend this book.