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by Laura Rankin

ePub The Handmade Alphabet download
Author:
Laura Rankin
ISBN13:
978-0803709751
ISBN:
0803709757
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Publisher:
Dial (October 7, 1991)
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Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
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1505 kb
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1926 kb
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Rating:
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693

Title: The Handmade Alphabet Author: Laura Rankin Illustrator: Laura Rankin Genre: Alphabet (ABC) Book . There is one hand sign per page, therefore one letter per page.

There is one hand sign per page, therefore one letter per page. Within the page there is an object that is displayed, in which the first letter of the word corresponds to the letter signed on the page.

Laura Rankin is the creator of The Handmade Alphabet, a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Book, and Ruthie and the (Not So) Teeny Tiny Lie. She is the illustrator of many other books for children, including A Balloon for Isabel, by Deborah Underwood. She lives in Easton, Maryland. Age Range: 2 and up. Grade Level: 1 - Kindergarten.

First Scholatic printing, September 1993"-T. Presents the handshape for each letter of the American manual alphabet accompanied by an object whose name begins with that letter. I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today.

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Gorgeous pencil illustrations of diverse human hands-male and female, young and old-signing the letters of the alphabet make this alphabet book an incredible learning resource. The entries are further supplemented with objects that begin with the same letter. Author Laura Rankin was inspired to create this book by her deaf stepson. Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Book.

Title: The Handmade Alphabet By: Laura Rankin Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 32 Vendor: Puffin .

Title: The Handmade Alphabet By: Laura Rankin Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 32 Vendor: Puffin Books Publication Date: 1996. Dimensions: . 7 X . 6 X . (inches) ISBN: 0140558764 ISBN-13: 9780140558760 Ages: 2-5 Stock No: WW558760. Publisher's Description.

Author Laura Rankin was inspired to create this book by her deaf stepson. Laura Rankin has illustrated several picture books, including The Wriggly, Wriggly Baby, The Handmade Alphabet, which won a Boston Globe - Horn Book Honor, and Rabbit Ears. She lives in York Beach, Maine. Category: Children’s Picture Books.

The colored pencil illustrations on charcoal paper of varied hues depict one letter on each page-a pencil's eraser rubs away at a hand that signs the letter E, an icicle is balanced on a pinky, a muscular hand makes a V while holding a valentine.

Exquisitely detailed, realistically portrayed hands of different ages, sexes, and colors demonstrate the positions for the manual alphabet used in American Sign; an object with the appropriate initial appears with.

Exquisitely detailed, realistically portrayed hands of different ages, sexes, and colors demonstrate the positions for the manual alphabet used in American Sign; an object with the appropriate initial appears with each-the pointing finger for & reaches toward a dripping icicle; & sports three thimbles and a fistful of thread; & appears on an X-ray. Exquisitely detailed, realistically portrayed hands of different ages, sexes, and colors demonstrate the positions for the manual alphabet used in American Sign; an object with the appropriate initial appears with each-the pointing finger for & reaches toward a dripping icicle; & sports three thimbles and a fistful of thread; &.

(ASL is awesome for children!

(ASL is awesome for children! "The Handmade Alphabet," by Laura Rankin. The Handmade Alphabet (Picture Puffins) Laura Rankin 014055140558760 Originally published in hardcover by Dial Books-T.

Presents the handshape for each letter of the American manual alphabet accompanied by an object whose name begins with that letter
  • I love this book, it is beautifully illustrated. This was one of my favorite books to check out from the library when in first grade. It sparked my love and interest in ASL. Now I use it in activities with kiddos I work with who are non-verbal and learning sign.

  • I am late deafened adult and this book helped me learn sign the American Sign Language Alphabet. The beautiful pictures helped me remember the alphabet letter signs which then helped me learn how to spell words. I have gone a long way in learning ASL since then and I am still learning.

  • Very nice!

  • I taught American Sign Language last year, and I loved using this book for an artistic display of the manual alphabet. I felt bad tearing the pages out, but I had purchased 2 copies because it was priced so well! All my students loved looking at the pictures on the wall, which were especially helpful for students who had trouble remembering particular letters. The artistry is wonderful, definitely recommend!

  • I looked for this book on the advice of another teacher-it is great!

  • This is a beautifully drawn book with hints for remembering the ASL alphabet. I would recommend it to everyone who is learning ASL. It's pictures are a great way to remember how to sign the letter.

  • Drawing hands can be so challenging, so I'm impressed with this artist! SO creative and an easy way to learn the sign language alphabet! I appreciate the diversity of the illustrations.

  • I bought this book because the hands on the cover and inside belongs to my fiance' and his children plus I also take sign language classes. this book is very good for the alphabet.