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Children's Books About Deafness/Sign Language -- SHNIC Information for Families
A Button in Her Ear by Ada B. Litchfield. Albert Whitman and Company, 1976.
Dad and Me in the Morning by Patricia Lakin. Albert Whitman and Company, 1994.
I'm Deaf and It's Okay by Lorraine Aseltine. Albert Whitman and Company, 1986.
Moses Goes to a Concert by Isaac Millman. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1998.
My First Book of Sign by P. Baker.
One TV Blasting and a Pig Outdoors by Deborah Abbott. Albert Whitman and Company, 1994.
Sign Language Fun with Linda Bove (a Sesame Street book). Random House, 1980.
Signing at School by S. Harold Collins. Garlic Press, 1992.
Signs for Me -- Basic Sign Vocabulary for Children by Ben Bahan and Joe Dannis. DawnSignPress, 1990.
Talk to Me by Sue Brearley. A&C Black (Publishers) Ltd., 1997.
Words in Our Hands by Ada B. Litchfield. Albert Whitman and Company, 1980.
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