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PreSchool-Grade 1 The original ``Spot'' book is now offered with a Signed English translation. The text and illustrations are identical to the original, with the addition of line drawings showing the American Signed English hand move ments. Signing is simply and accurately illustrated. It is easy to distinguish the placement of the hands in each sign. Dotted lines show the beginning place ment of the hands, arrows point the di rection to follow, and a solid black line indicates the final position of the hands. These drawings are placed close enough to relate each sign to the appro priate word but do not distract from the story or other illustrations. The simple story and the hide-and-seek game as pect of this book make it ideal for sign language translation, as it allows chil dren to become involved in the signing. All children will be able to learn how to sign the story. Susan Nemeth McCar thy, Arlington County Pub . Lib . , Va.
Copyright 1988 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Eric Hill (www.funwithspot.com) left school when he was 15 and took up cartooning while working as a messenger at an art studio. He created Where's Spot? as a bedtime story for his two-year old son. It was published four years later, and the rest is history. Eric Hill passed away in July 2014.
I bought this book for my students. This book has proven useful for simple prepositions in an ESL classroom. I could also use it for the places in a house. Read morePublished 13 months ago by genXIII
This is a cute book that is suitable for a child not yet two. he loves finding all the animals under the flaps. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Beverly Greenfield
Great book, and my son loves it. My only complaint is that the pages are a bit too thin. They arn't like a board book, so things can easily be torn or creased. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Petra_Drake
I received this book as a baby gift 24 years ago from another mom. We read and re-read it with my son. I can probably still recite it from memory. Read morePublished on July 4 2009 by La Sagesse
My two-month-old daughter got this book for Christmas. I thought she was too young for it. Boy, was I wrong! It is her absolute favorite!! Read morePublished on Aug. 7 2003
This sturdy little book has gotten much use at our house. It became my daughter's favorite "lift-the-flap" book. Read morePublished on March 12 2003 by D. Mancino
I read the book wheres spot because it is a great picture book for little kids. The kids like this book because the pictures interest them and they cant wait to see whats on the... Read morePublished on Dec 9 2002
I think I know one reason Spot is relatively popular: it is very simple. My 21 month old seems to actually follow the story closely, and relate it to her own life. Read morePublished on May 17 2002 by Nicole F
This is a set of short little Spot stories, and in between each one there is a little sketch, where two or three children do little exercises, like matching animals with the good... Read morePublished on April 28 2002 by T. Adshead