|The American Sign Language Handshape Dictionary|
The first reference source that allows users to access ASL signs without previous knowledge of their English equivalents (far superior to those in most other English-ASL glossaries). Likely to become indispensable on many educators’ and students’ bookshelves. (this text refers to the first edition of the Handshape Dictionary)
Richard Tennant is a former mathematics teacher who has studied American Sign Language extensively and now resides in Acra, NY.
Marianne Gluszak Brown is an American Sign Language Teacher’s Association (ASLTA) professionally certified interpreter and a child of deaf parents (coda) who works in Palisades, NY.
ISBN 978-1-56368-444-9, 7 x 10 casebound, 462 pages, sign illustrations, index, DVD
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