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by Remy Charlip; Mary Beth; George Ancona

Free eBook Handtalk Birthday:  A Number  Story Book in Sign Language download ISBN: 0027180808
Author: Remy Charlip; Mary Beth; George Ancona
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing; First Edition edition (April 30, 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 44
Category: Books for Children
Size MP3: 1156 mb
Size FLAC: 1284 mb
Rating: 4.2
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Remy Charlip was born in Brooklyn, New York on January 10, 1929

Remy Charlip was born in Brooklyn, New York on January 10, 1929. He received a degree in fine arts from Cooper Union School of Fine Arts in New York in 1949. He studied dance at Juilliard and in 1950 became a founding dancer at the Merce Cunningham Dance Theatre and remained with the company for 11 years as a principal dancer and company costume designer. In 1958 he co-founded the Paper Bag Players in New York. Ancona's awards include a Best Illustrated Children's Book of the Year Citation for Handtalk Birthday, a Parent's Choice Award for The Piñata Maker, and an Outstanding Science Trade Book Citation for The Golden Tamarind Comes Home.

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Aladdin Books ; Toronto. Collier Macmillan Canada ; New York. Maxwell Macmillan International, (c)1991. Personal Name: Mary Beth. Personal Name: Ancona, George. by compiled by Tony Castle. ISBN: 0824505514 (pb.

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In this birthday story with a magical touch, the photos tell the story (there is text) and the characters sign along with the action portrayed

In this birthday story with a magical touch, the photos tell the story (there is text) and the characters sign along with the action portrayed. It's easiest to sign if you already know the signs as the photos don't always capture the exact motions.

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Words and sign language depict friends helping a deaf woman celebrate her birthday.
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Gindian
I orginally found this book at our local library. As soon as I opened this book and started reading it to my two daughters, (3 & 5 years old) they were mesmerized with the photos in the book. It's about a woman who is deaf and her friends surprise her and throw her a party with gifts, food and cake. Each image includes the signs that go with the written words on the page. The images are just so much fun. Lots of colors and great facial expressions. Looks like it was from the early 90's from the fashions. I highly recommend this book!
Cae
Handtalk Birthday is a conceptual picture book that uses printed text and photographs of people speaking American Sign Language to tell the story of Mary Beth's birthday. They surprise her in her pajamas, give her gifts which she tries to guess, and they all have a party. All of her guests sign various numbers to guess her age. This is a book about language and counting in American Sign Language. Sometimes the signs are hard to interpret because they require motion to convey in reality, and this motion is photographed so the pictures are blurry. Also, the pages are too crowded with photographs and this makes the composition of each page seem messy and crowded. The facial expressions of the photographed characters are overdone and make the book seem ridiculous and garish. The book was published in 1987, and this is obvious in the photographs- the characters have not dated well and have become cartoonish. The concept is a great one but this book doesn't pull it off very well. Perhaps it would be valuable in a collection of children's books that incorporate American Sign Language for elementary school students.
Steelcaster
Our language delayed 3 year old loves the handtalk series. In this birthday story with a magical touch, the photos tell the story (there is text) and the characters sign along with the action portrayed. It's easiest to sign if you already know the signs as the photos don't always capture the exact motions.