Book Review: We Can Sign! by Tara Adams

Discover how simple learning sign language for kids can be! Whether it’s for reaching out to a Deaf person, chatting with friends across a crowded room, or just learning an amazing new language, We Can Sign! is an essential guide to getting started with American Sign Language for kids.

Bursting with almost 200 fully-illustrated signs, memory tips, and more, this instructional aid for sign language for kids makes mastering ASL easy. Ten chapters take you all the way from sign language basics and conversation phrases to must-have vocab. Get signing today!

We Can Sign! An Essential Illustrated Guide to American Sign Language for Kids includes:

Up-to-date info–Learn the most modern version of American Sign Language–while also getting fun insight into Deaf culture.

Clear illustrations–Start signing fast with detailed drawings that show exactly how each sign should look.

182 signs you need–Lessons begin simple and progress to more advanced ideas as you learn words and phrases that are perfect for use in a variety of situations.
Get a helping hand with this fully illustrated guide to sign language for kids! 

My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free copy from Callisto Publisher’s Club. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

I’ve always been interested in sign language and when I was a kid, my friends and I learned the letters but when I saw We Can Sign! An Essential Illustrated Guide to American Sign Language for Kids, learning the basic signs was just what I’d always wanted. It’s a great book to learn along with the children in my life.

The book starts with an introduction to ASL and clear illustrations of how to sign the alphabet and numbers. The following chapters illustrate and explain many basic signs. I really like the “Did you Know?” sections found in various spots in the chapters. They give tips and interesting tidbits about ASL.

I’ve gone through We Can Sign! An Essential Illustrated Guide to American Sign Language for Kids a couple times, and I’m still learning the signs. I can’t wait to share it with my grandkids, niece and nephew!

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