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Authors Linda Acredlo and Susan Goodwyn, both active members of the International Society for Infant Studies, show how easy it is to use simple signs to help parents to gain a greater understanding of their baby, while helping the baby to develop skills that will benefit them greatly as they mature into toddlers.
Using no-nonsense language and easy-to-follow photographs, Baby Signs interprets the early gestures of infancy and encourages parents to interact with their offspring without pressure, while learning to enjoy the pleasures of a small child as he or she begins to interact with the world.
Encouragement, repetition and laughter are the order of the day in this cracking little book, designed to help parent and child get the most out of each other as they learn together.--Susan Harrison
I had a bit of her DVD when I had my child, and she could communicate with me long before she could talk, took alot of wind out of the screaming, 'hungry', thirsty', 'change me',... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ms Marianne Brooks
I didn't expect a book to be sent out that has black mould on it. I had to throw it out.
I ordered this book because I'd bought it for my first child and had had great success with baby signs, then couldn't find it when I wanted to start teaching signs to my second... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Alaskajean
A great book on baby signing, good content & coverage of subject. Well laid out making it easy to read as well as reference. Read morePublished on 15 Oct. 2010 by Bunny
The majority of this book describes the benefits of baby signing emphasising that you can make these up yourself! Read morePublished on 28 Aug. 2009 by new mum
I recommend this book to all expectant parents. Using the approach we not only had fun communicating with our baby daughter, but she also starting speaking earlier than other... Read morePublished on 11 Jan. 2008 by Mark Emanuelson
This book has taught us a new effective form of communication with our baby. The tone of the book is friendly, supportive and easy to understand. Read morePublished on 17 Mar. 2003
I think it's kind of sad that the book ends with 'how to wean your child away from sign language', and not 'how to help your child grow from family signing into community signing'. Read morePublished on 5 Mar. 2002 by Ms H. M. Conner