3 yrs old

Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?

Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?

This adaptation of a traditional children’s song features a little boy singing as he searches the house for his dog, in order to give him a walk.  (The boy, with his orange hair and circular glasses frames, reminds me a bit of Sherman of “Mr.

Hands & Hearts

Hands & Hearts
Gallaudet Children's Dictionary of ASL
My Heart Glow

A mother and daughter spend a sunny day swimming, playing and frolicking at the beach, all the while using their hands to hold each other, dig in the sand, splash in the waves, put up a windbreak, and--most importantly--talk to each other, with American Sign Language.  Amy Bates’ breezy watercolor and pencil illustrations complement Napoli’s free verse.  Alongside them are panels, decorated in seaside motifs, featuring 15 ASL signs used in the story: run, roll, swim, sun, wall, water, and more.  Some of the sign illustrations are ambiguous; nevertheless, it’s refreshing to se

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