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Our publications to date listed below. To view more information on each book, please click on its hyperlink. You can also order the books online by adding the items to your shopping basket. If you prefer to order by cheque you can do so from here.

Signs of Health
Sign Language Link (Pocket Edition)
Sign Language Link (Desk Edition)

Also available are the following works:

Signs Make Sense
Sign in Sight
Sign Language Companion

About Co-Sign Communications

Co-Sign Communications is a new publishing concern with complete independence in expressing views and producing books about British Sign Language (BSL) and deafness.

Deaf/hearing co-working is at the heart of Co-Sign, with a strong commitment to raising the status and profile of BSL.

By careful management, our overheads and production costs are kept to an absolute minimum, allowing us to publish affordable books of quality, that are accessible to a wide range of people, professionals and new-comers alike. We believe that this is one of the best ways of sharing knowledge and changing attitudes. Books really do make a difference.

The success of our first book - Sign Language Link; pocket dictionary of signs has allowed us to reinvest in more specialised books likely to be dismissed by other publishing concerns as commercially unviable.

Signs of Health; a pocket medical sign language guide is the first example of this, and now our latest publication Sign Language Link; desk edition has been produced in large print and format in response to requests for materials more suitable for people with limited vision. This edition has notes on communication with people with combined sight and hearing loss and illustrated Deafblind manual alphabet, in addtion to the British and American alphabets and new Index. It is spiral bound to open flat and leave the hands free(for Sign Language and Deaf Awareness classes).




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Click for LET'S SIGN resources.

Click for LET'S SIGN resources.

Now available in Kindle ebook format

ANIMAL SIGNS (Set 1) PETS, FARM and COUNTRYSIDE: British Sign Language

See Author Biography

FEELINGS & EMOTIONS FLASHCARDS

SIGNED SONG BOOK for Children

NEW Early Years Curriculum TUTOR and STUDENT Books

NEW Free i-phone app

Newly available - SIGNING HANDS: BABY SIGNING BASICS

Baby Signing & School CERTIFICATES

See the full Let's Sign Series - NEW items, and FREE BSL downloads from www.DeafBooks.co.uk

NEW - JUNE 2009 2nd Edition Revised & Updated LET'S SIGN DICTIONARY www.DeafBooks.co.uk

BSL STICKERS

NEW ROUND BSL STICKERS - 4 MIXED SHEETS - 280 STICKERS - £5.99

BUY ON-LINE

CONTACT US FOR CATALOGUE

NEW - CHILD'S BOOK OF SIGNED PRAYERS

NEW - BSL SCIENCE SIGNS

NEW - LET'S SIGN & DOWN SYNDROME

BSL eBOOKS

5 LITTLE MEN IN FLYING SAUCER Rhyme Interactive eBOOK - £3.99 and

LET'S SIGN FOOD & DRINK FLASHCARDS/POSTERS eBOOK

AND

LET'S SIGN & SPELL ALPHABET eBOOK

with free Numbers interactive Worksheets

FREE DEMO versions from DeafBooks.co.uk

LET'S SIGN & WRITE BSL V3 - out now with 2400 signs in line and colour - available from www.widgit.com

Also our LET'S SIGN EARLY YEARS: Child and Carer Guide

NEW BABY SIGNS posters - matching FLASHCARDS 48 First BSL BABY Signs 2005 (click & scroll)

Order from c.clemmit@agnortheast.com 01642 674298 OR 01642 580505.

contact cath@deafsign.com for enquiries about our resources.

Make use of these free downloads from DeafBooks - Fingerspelling font for your computer, and Alphabet wallchart to print off.


» Young Deafened Group Stockton
We would like to start a new group in Stockton/Middlesbrough area for deafened young adults. Meetings possibly Fridays 7.30pm at Alma Centre if there is enough interest - contact boodicca@hotmail.com for more details.

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