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From The Midwest Book Review’s library newsletter Wisconsin Bookwatch
There’s more to human communication than the spoken word. “The Parents’ Guide to Baby Signs: Early Communication with Your Infant” is a guide for parents who want their child to embrace sign language as a way of speaking with one’s infant, as a method that can be used from a far younger age than verbal speech. With a step-by-step process of trying to get one’s child to understand sign language, it’s aimed at hearing impaired families, but the information rings true for any. “The Parents’ Guide to Baby Signs” is a fine acquisition for any parent who wants to encourage their child in any way they can.
Leann Sebrey formerly worked as a certified nurse and now teaches parents, caregivers, and educators how to teach American Sign Language to very young children.
ISBN 978-1-56368-398-5, 5˝ x 8˝ paperback, 128 pages, sign illustrations, index
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