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Baby Sign Language

by Sarah Christensen Fu

What's your baby thinking? You might be surprised. Babies have a lot to say, and they learn signs and gestures long before they are able to articulate themselves through speech. Inside Baby Sign Language discover through signing what your baby wants and needs, and also sign back to have a conversation of sorts, thus engaging in clear communication and establishing trust and understanding. Also, it just makes child rearing easier when you know what your baby is trying to say to you. Offers a foundation to establish communication between adult and child.Perfect for parents, caretakers, or anyone who wants to communicate with little learners.The DVD features an adorable family with a toddler and twin babies.Baby Sign Language is a great resource for adults who want to encourage communication with the babies in their lives.

Baby Sign Language

by Karyn Warburton

Baby Sign Language is a collection of simple, easy to remember gestures which your baby can use to communicate with you until he/she has conquered the intricacies of spoken language. BABY SIGN LANGUAGE is a definitive guide written with the busy parent in mind. This practical, easy to read book contains clear, step by step instructions that will have you signing with your baby - in just a couple of hours! And with a dictionary containing over 200 sign suggestions, your baby will never be at a loss for words!

The Baby Signing Bible

by Laura Berg

Featuring 400 signs, this is the most comprehensive, user-friendly handbook for parents who want to enhance communication with any child through American Sign Language. Laura Berg is one of the world's go-to experts on baby sign language. The Baby Signing Bible makes her extensive research and easy-to-follow instructions available to all parents. As confirmed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, infant sign language is a boon for enhancing communication between parents and babies, helping to forge an important bond early in a child's life. The Baby Signing Bible provides step-by-step instructions for parents and other caregivers, as well as insight into why baby sign language is useful for children of all ages. Kids with special needs can also benefit greatly from this program. Featuring 400 signs, the book covers essential nouns such as milk, verbs such as eat, and descriptors such as more. In addition, The Baby Signing Bible features real-life stories from parents who have successfully signed with their children, along with fun songs and games that help families learn to "sign and sing." Confidence-building illustrations enhance the basics for mastering vocabulary words.

Baby Signing Essentials

by Nancy Cadjan

Start "talking" with your baby today and discover what they're really trying to tell youWith the gift of sign language, you can communicate with your child as early as four to six months, reduce tantrums, build verbal language skills, and create a stronger bond than ever! Using trusted American Sign Language (ASL), Baby Signing Essentials is the go-to guide for parents, caregivers, and educators looking to create effective two-way communication. Designed to grow with your baby by covering physical, emotional, mental, and linguistic development at each age, this shows you how to start signing right from your baby's birth or later on. Featuring: 200 illustrated ASL signs (including 50 essential signs like MILK, MORE, and EAT) Easy-to-follow instructions to help you make each sign correctly Age-specific advice on working with infants, toddlers, and beyond Fun tips to incorporate signing into daily routines

Baby Sister

by Marilyn Sachs

Fifteen-year-old Penny enjoys living in the shadow of her idolized older sister, who is quirky, self-centered, impossible, and loved by everyone. Penny has a real struggle trying to find her niche in life. She hates school, feels she has no friends, and is only interested in sewing. Then her older sister goes away to school, and Penny starts to change.

A Baby Sister for Frances

by Russell Hoban

Frances makes herself very important in the family with her songs.

The Baby-Sitter Burglaries

by Carolyn Keene

Nancy tries to prove that a babysitter is being framed when three houses in River Heights are robbed--and the only connection the police can find is that the babysitter was employed at each.

The Baby-Sitter II (Point Horror Series)

by R. L. Stine

Jenny's last baby-sitting job nearly killed her. But she's a survivor. Then the phone rings and she hears a familiar voice saying "Hi Babes, I'm back."

The Baby-Sitter III (Point Horror Series)

by R. L. Stine

AKA: "The Baby-Sitter 3". Jenny wants to forget the man who murdered all the baby-sitters -- who's now dead. But her cousin Debra gets a phone call, from a voice saying "Hi Babes, I'm back. Company's coming..."

Baby-Sitters And Company (Full House Sisters)

by Cathy East Dubowski Nina Alexander

When sisters get together. . expect the unexpected! Stephanie and Michelle have a job watching the triplets that live around the corner. The three kids seem like little angels. This is going to be easy money. At least, that's what Stephanie and Michelle think -- until the day of the job. The triplets' mom takes everyone to the Imaginarium -- a natural-history museum in town. And the triplets run wild! Can Stephanie and Michelle keep the three kids in line? Or will their babysitting job be a natural-history disaster?

The Baby-Sitters Club #100: Kristy's Worst Idea

by Ann M. Martin

In the landmark one-hundredth book in the series, Kristy disbands the club because of a combination of outside pressures and internal tension.

The Baby-Sitters Club #101: Claudia Kishi, Middle School Drop-Out

by Ann M. Martin

When her troubles in school culminate in her being dropped back to the seventh grade, Claudia struggles with feelings of failure while adjusting to classmates outside of the Baby-sitters Club.

The Baby-Sitters Club #102: Mary Anne and the Little Princess

by Ann M. Martin

Hired as the temporary companion to young Victoria Kent, who is distantly in line for the British throne, Mary Anne has trouble getting the girl to open up to her.

The Baby-Sitters Club #103: Happy Holidays, Jessi

by Ann M. Martin

Jessi's Christmas and Kwanzaa seasons are overshadowed by a car accident in which Jessi's baby brother, Squirt, is injured, and the difficult time proves challenging to her family's holiday spirit.

The Baby-Sitters Club #104: Abby's Twin

by Ann M. Martin

Trying to cheer up her twin, Anna, who has been diagnosed with scoliosis, Abby fears that the condition is driving them apart when Anna seems to not want Abby's help and begins to do things on her own.

The Baby-Sitters Club #106: Claudia, Queen of the Seventh Grade

by Ann M. Martin

At first, Claudia hated going back to seventh grade. But things are definitely improving. She's on top of her schoolwork, she's made some great friends, and her new classmates really look up to her -- so much that they nominate her to be Queen of the Seventh Grade. And when the votes come in, the results are clear: Claudia's not just adjusting to seventh grade, she's ruling it!

The Baby-Sitters Club #107: Mind Your Own Business, Kristy!

by Ann M. Martin

"Asking her older brother Charlie to train her softball team over spring break, Kristy is convinced that Charlie is a great coach, until he meets Angelica and is no longer able to pay attention to the kids."

The Baby-Sitters Club #108: Don't Give Up, Mallory

by Ann M. Martin

"Mallory is delighted when the subject of the new Short Takes class turns out to be children's literature, but she is bitterly disappointed by the new young teacher, Mr. Cobb, who unintentionally favors the boys in the class, until Mallory decides to stand up for her rights."

The Baby-Sitters Club #109: Mary Anne to the Rescue

by Ann M. Martin

"Mary-Anne's life is turned upside down when the Club members participate in a scary and intensive first aid class and Logan's parents decide to send him to a boarding school."

The Baby-Sitters Club #110: Abby the Bad Sport

by Ann M. Martin

"When soccer season comes to Stoneybrook, Abby joins a Special Olympics Unified Sports soccer team but develops a fierce rivalry with another player."

The Baby-Sitters Club #111: Stacey's Secret Friend

by Ann M. Martin

Despite her busy fall schedule, Stacey takes on the project of helping the fashion clueless newcomer Tess to become better educated about clothing and makeup, but the well-meaning baby-sitter is soon frustrated by Tess's resistance.

The Baby-Sitters Club #112: Kristy And The Sister War

by Ann M. Martin

Kristy finds herself in the middle of trouble between her friend and fellow baby-sitter, Shannon, and Shannon's two younger sisters, Tiffany and Maria. Kristy wants to help the sisters smooth out their problems so that everyone will be happy.

The Baby-Sitters Club #113: Claudia Makes Up Her Mind

by Ann M. Martin

November is filled with excitement, surprises, and difficult choices for Claudia, Queen of the seventh grade... and no one can make her choices for her.

The Baby-Sitters Club #114: Secret Life of Mary Anne Spier

by Ann M. Martin

During a Christmas shopping spree, Mary Anne racks up a large debt on her father's credit card. Baby-sitting won't cover the charges so she takes a secret job as a department store elf to pay her father back.

The Baby-Sitters Club #17: Mary Anne's Bad Luck Mystery

by Ann M. Martin

The hit series is back, to charm and inspire another generation of baby-sitters! Mary Anne should never have thrown away that chain letter she got in the mail. Ever since she did, bad things have been happening--to everyone in the Baby-sitters Club. With Halloween coming up, Mary Anne's even more worried--what kind of spooky thing will happen next? Then Mary Anne finds a new note in her mailbox: Wear this bad-luck charm, it says. OR ELSE. Mary Anne has to do what the note says. But who sent the charm? And why send it to Mary Anne? If the BSC doesn't solve this mystery soon, their bad luck might never stop! The best friends you'll ever have--with classic BSC covers and a letter from Ann M. Martin!

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