Saturday, December 15, 2012

Display - Many Languages


Edited by Deborah Lambert
Designed by Terry Paulhus
In these books, you will acquire the tools you need to write interesting and effective sentences and paragraphs using adjectives and verbs. At the same time, you will learn fascinating facts about American sites and symbols. Pictures relate to the main text, providing guidance as you use different types of pronouns in the writing process. Also features activities, charts, and vocabulary exercises.
 
By Ruth Heller

Written by Brian P. Cleary
Illustrated by Brian Gable

By Reudor
Learn the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet while enjoying The Dooodle family's funny rhymes.

By Kremena Spengler
Describes the ancient Egyptian's hieroglyphic writing system, including types of glyphs, numbers, and Champollion's discovery of how to read hieroglyphs.

Written by Aumua Mataitusi Simanu and Luafata Simanu-Klutz
Illustrated by Regina Meredith Malala 

By Laura S. Jeffrey 
Explains how the blind read and write by using a system of raised dots created by Louis Braille and named after him. 

 By Menena Cottin and Rosana Faría
 This title invites readers to imagine living without sight through remarkable illustrations done with raised lines and descriptions of colors based on imagery. Braille letters accompany the illustrations and a full Braille alphabet offers sighted readers help reading along with their fingers.

 By Michael Kelly
Directions for the signs for twenty-five words used by various Native Americans accompanies information about the customs, daily life, religious beliefs, and history of these peoples.

By Kathy Kifer and Dahna Solar

By Ann Heinrichs
By S. Harold Collins
Illustrated by Kathy Kifer and Dahna Solar
By Anthony Lewis
Help babies and toddlers learn to sign about daily activities involved in going out.

By Mary Beth Miller & George Ancona.
Words and sign language depict a group of students involved in putting on a Thanksgiving play at a school for deaf children.

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