Bilingual and Signing Books

  • Bilingual and Signing Books

In these book you’ll find another language along with English. You’ll also find some beginning sign language books!


An elephant

Patty Rodriguez, Ariana Stein

Inspired by one of the most beloved nursery rhymes in Latin America, "Un Elefante se Balanceaba," this book will introduce little ones to numbers and their first English and Spanish words.

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Enzo Y Su Arte/Enzo and His Art

Jessica Spanyol

Meet Enzo - and his imagination! Enzo loves all kinds of art. He likes looking at it, making it and sharing it with his friends. A gentle, affectionate book, celebrating diversity and challenging gender stereotypes.

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Sing with Me / Canta Conmigo

José-Luis Orozco

Come along and sing with me! Sing along to your child's favorite songs, from "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" to "The Wheels on the Bus," in English and in Spanish! Accompanied by joyful, charming illustrations by Pura Belpré

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First Words Baby Signing: Scholastic Early Learners (My First)

Scholastic

Teach your baby how to sign with Touch and Feel Baby Signs! Children can look at the picture, feel the touches, and learn to sign! The book features 25 signs and first words that your child should be using by age two. And all of this is provided in a

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Baby Signs

Joy Allen

With this adorable board book of essential signs, babies and toddlers can easily learn how to communicate their needs, wants, and feelings and even make basic observations with a simple gesture.

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ABC for Me: ABC Baby Signs

Christiane Engel

Features twenty-six of the most common, simple baby signs, such as "all done, " "more, " and "please, " to teach babies and toddlers basic ways to communicate with their hands before they can verbalize their needs. This

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Nita's Day

Kathy MacMillan

Nita's Day teaches ten new and essential ASL signs for every parent and child to know: wake up, change, clothes, eat, potty, go, play, bath, book, and bed. A simple story about Nita and her parents teaches each sign in context.

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Nita's First Signs

Kathy MacMillan

Nita communicates with her parents in sign language to ask for snacks, play ball, and express love.

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Perros! Perros!/Dogs! Dogs!

Ginger Foglesong Guy

Where are all the dogs going? Find out and improve your language skills at the same time.

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Where Are You Going? To See My Friend!

Eric & Kazuo Iwamura Carle

A dog, a cat, a rooster, a goat, a rabbit, and finally a child join together on a journey to see their friends. Acclaimed author-illustrator Eric Carle and Japanese artist Kazuo Iwamura have created a unique bilingual book, half in English, half in J

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A Song of Frutas

Margarita Engle

While visiting her abuelo in Cuba, a young girl helps him sell frutas, singing the name of each fruit as they walk, and after she returns to the United States, they exchange letters made of abrazos--hugs.

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My Friends/Mis Amigos

Taro Gomi

A little girl learns to walk, climb, and study the earth with help from her friends, most of which are animals.

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Big Box for Ben

Deborah Bruss

Ben's ordinary big box enables him and Wags, his dog, to take off on some extraordinary, imaginary adventures. Ben's imagination turns his box into a variety of vehicles for great adventures where he discovers the sky's the limit . . .

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Sumo Opposites

Sanae Ishida

Take a peek into the lives of sumo wrestlers in this adorable book about opposites! Simple, charming scenes with sumo wrestlers help young readers learn the concept of opposites, like awake and asleep, and up and down. The Japanese word that correspo

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My First Book of Hindi Words

Katy R. Kudela

Simple text paired with themed photos invite the reader to learn to speak Hindi

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Lucha Libre

Patty Rodriguez, Ariana Stein

Inspired by the colorful world of freestyle wrestling, this book will introduce your little ones to the human body and their first English and Spanish words

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Enzo Es Un Bibliotecario/Enzo Is a Librarian

Jessica Spanyol

What will Enzo be today? Follow Enzo and his friends as they explore the many things a librarian does in a day. Role-play is crucial to a child's positive development, boosting language and social skills, and building self-confidence. This humor

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Chinese New Year Colors

Richard Lo

This vibrant, simple, and highly graphic bilingual book is the perfect introduction to Chinese and English words for colors as it honors one of the biggest holidays around the world.

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