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Babies Can Talk (Sign to Speak) Paperback – April 1, 2010


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“Here it is! A book to help your baby enjoy learning language. You will be surprised at how well your baby reacts to the opportunity to communicate with you through signing. The authors’ vast knowledge of signing contributes to the user friendliness of this book.”  —Robert M. Wilson, EdD, professor emeritus, University of Maryland and author, Come Sign with Us

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Marilyn Daniels, PhD, is one of America’s leading researchers, lecturers, and authors on using American Sign Language with young children to enhance early communication and learning. She is currently a professor at Penn State University and has published a variety of magazine articles and books, including Dancing with Words: Signing for Hearing Children’s Literacy. She lives in Newport, Vermont. Georgia Frawley, MA, has taught classes on child development, parenting, and marriage and family for more than 30 years, and has performed more than 1000 musical programs. Ken Frawley has presented Play-Along Song programs for more than 20 years and has instructed early childhood professionals, teachers, and parents on how to use playful songs with children for fun, development, and learning. He has written and produced 200 children’s songs. They live in Orange, California.


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Ken Frawley is a nationally known performer, songwriter of music for children, author, and professional trick roper. His career has been based on providing fun, entertaining, and educational material and programs to children while providing parents, teachers, and early childhood professional's skills so they can use music, movement, and American Sign Language, ASL, effectively with children.
He has performed thousands shows and concerts for children's and family audiences in schools, libraries, preschools, and at various city and community events throughout Southern California and across the country. He is the current president of Dream Shapers, a non-profit, that promotes performers, hosts showcases, and generates over 5,000 shows annually for children's and family performers.
He and his wife, Georgia, lecture across the U. S. on how to use American Sign Language, ASL, with children (babies through elementary) to provide for early communication, learning, language enhancement and fun. They began using sign language for communication and learning over 30 years ago with their own children and later combined ASL with music for their concerts. They then co-produced the We Sign DVD series, receiving over 50 national awards, and co-authored the Mom's Choice award winning Sign to Speak: Babies Can Talk and Sign to Speak: Toddlers at Play books.
With his music background, writer of over 200 children's songs, and over 40 years of performing with children, he co-authored the Play-Along Songs music books/CD/Online video demonstration collections and lectures on activity songs for fun and learning. But, learning a song at a workshop only lasts for a little while. The result has been this holistic approach to children's music of written word, photographs, sheet music, CD recordings, and online video demonstrations available all year round that make it easy for anyone to be successful with interactive children's songs.

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