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A rich source of information and pictures about the history of Acton from its beginnings through the 1950s.
|Visual Language Cookbook|
by Gayle Joyce and Laurene Gallimore Each step to every recipe is shown in pictures. Even the utensils and ingredients needed are pictured and labeled. Eight full-color pages display full meals with correct table settings. Everyone can see the dish and how it should look every step of the way to completion. It is a special cookbook recommended for children, immigrant homemakers, newlyweds and those in learning disability classes. The recipes come from all over America and are grouped into convenient sections.
|Talk With Me: Communication With The Multi-Handicapped Deaf|
by Jeanne Huffman et al
Stresses total communication - 400 sign vocabulary and pages of learning activities tested to be appropriate for multi-handicapped deaf in state hospitals. Conveniently divided into 14 chapters.
|Leisure Time Activities (American Sign Language)|
by Jeanne Huffman et al Although activities for "Meal Time", "Grooming", and "Dressing" are included, this comprehensive handbook concentrates primarily on leisure time activities for the deaf-blind child. Directions for teachers and parents are well organized with a list of objectives and materials for each activity. A basic sign vocabulary of 79 most used signs makes this complete.