With more than 1,900 sign illustrations arranged by 40 basic handshapes, a best-selling reference enables users to look up signs they have seen without knowing their English meaning, with a fully cross-referenced English index and a DVD featuring native signers forming every sign. 456 pp.
An award-winning dictionary with DVD presents more than 1,000 ASL sign drawings arranged alphabetically by English terms, plus delightful color illustrations for each sign. Also featuring English sentences for each sign, the "Gallaudet Children's Dictionary" stands alone as the best, most entertaining ASL reference for deaf and hearing children alike. 384 pp.
Created by an unparalleled board of experts led by renowned ASL linguist Clayton Valli, "The Gallaudet Dictionary of American Sign Language" contains more than 3,000 illustrations and a fully searchable DVD. Also included is a special ASL classifier section and a complete index of English synonyms for every sign. 656 pp.
For ages 11 and up, this fun book presents 441 signs on a variety of topics, practice sentences, dozens of entertaining games and tips on signing and fingerspelling. Original. 238 pp.
By providing examples of classic magazine articles by professional writers, all of whom are graduates of the Missouri School of Journalism, this book fulfills the need for more sophisticated, thought-provoking essays that will resonate with both the general reader and students. 348 pp.