At six months or so baby knows what she wants, but just can’t say it yet. Until now. Baby sign language is a proven bridge between baby talk and first English, and here’s the clearest way to learn it. With pull tabs that demonstrate exactly how to make each sign, My First Baby Signs teaches parents and babies eight essential words: “all done,” “milk,” “eat,” “more,” “thank you,” “bath,” “help,” and “bed.” Just pull the tab, point to the moving sign, and say the word. Your baby will be signing in no time.
About the Author
Phil Conigliaro, the author and creator of Colossal Paper Machines, is a paper engineer and artist who lives in Brooklyn, New York.
“In this charming how-to guide…the clean, bright graphics are eye-catching and welcoming, and the use of paper-engineered movements is an ingenious way to explore sign language...smartly conceived and well-executed resource for preverbal children and their parents." —Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
"Attractively illustrated in strong, simple color combinations, this solid-feeling book has 10 signs." —The New York Times
"This clever pull-tab tome makes it easy to teach your tot eight basic signs." —Pregnancy & Newborn