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Some books below may be eBooks or audiobooks. Get help with downloadable books or ask a librarian or parent for help.


Fiction Books


Nonfiction Books

Did You Know?

Besides American Sign Language (ASL), which is used in over 30 countries and territories, there are another 140 sign languages world-wide!


Sign a Joke!
Print out the Manual Alphabet, then decode the joke!


The eVideo offerings from our Hoopla service are always available, even if someone else has them checked out! In each item’s catalog record, click on "Instantly available on hoopla" to go to the hoopla site and check it out.

American Sign Language for Kids:
Learn about sign and about deaf culture, too.

Beginner Level 1, Volume 1 [DVD] or [eVideo]

Beginner Level 1, Volume 2 [DVD] or [eVideo]

Goodnight Moon - and More Great Bedtime Stories [DVD]
Goodnight Moon and two other bedtime stories, told in sign.

A Pocket for Corduroy - and More Stories about Friendship [eVideo]
Enjoy stories about friends, told in sign!

The Miracle Worker [eVideo]
This famous movie tells the story of how Helen Keller, blind and deaf, learned to communicate with her hands.

Web Links

Sign Design, from PBS Kids
Active learning from PBS! Learn to sign your name, talk about stuff you like and don’t like, and ask questions, all in sign. Marc Brown’s Arthur may be mostly for younger kids, but not when he’s teaching you to sign!

Deaf Planet Sports Village
On this Canadian site for deaf and hearing kids alike, select an item from the scrolling display at the top to learn about sports- in ASL! Deaf Planet is an ALA Great Website for Kids.