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Over 1,000 signs, clearly described and illustrated, in an affordable, take-anywhere pocket dictionary.
Part of the popular pocket dictionary series from Random House, Random House Pocket American Sign Language Dictionary offers full-torso illustrations and clear descriptions of each sign set, setting it apart from the competition.
Just right for students, interpreters, and anyone involved in the deaf community.
Includes full-torso illustrations and clear descriptions of over 1,000 signs.
More than 1,000 signs are clearly described and illustrated in an affordable, take-anywhere pocket dictionary.
The Random House Websters Pocket American Sign Language Dictionary is a treasury of over 1,000 signs for the novice and experienced user alike. It includes complete descriptions of each sign, plus full-torso illustrations. There is also a subject index for easy reference as well as alternate signs for the same meaning.
New format! Over 1,000 signs, clearly described and illustrated, in an affordable, take-anywhere pocket dictionary.<P>Unlike any sign language dictionary on the market, Random House Pocket American Sign Language Dictionary offers a core vocabulary of over 1,000 signs in a small-format, low-priced book. Full-torso illustrations and clear descriptions of each sign set the Random House Webster's American Sign Language dictionaries apart from the competition.
About the Author
Elaine Costello, Ph.D. is a prominent educator and author, and the former director and editor in chief of Gallaudet University Press at Gallaudet University, the world's only university for deaf and hard of hearing students, in Washington, D.C.
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