by Mickey Flodin
The easy to use guide that offers a quick and easy approach to learning which includes fingerspelling exercises, drawings, vocabulary reviews and more. One of the most popular ASL books.
Signing Made Easy
by Rod Butterworth & Mickey Flodin
An intensive step-by-step approach to learning and understanding sign language. It comes with practice exercises and even drills to help you.
Talking With Your Hands, Listening With Your Eyes
by Gabriel Grayson
Inside of this book you will find explanations on things like signing basics, and others such as handshapes, fingerspelling, and etiquette. In total you’ll find over 1,700 words and phrases in the rest of the chapters. The book also goes in-depth into the aspects of deaf history and culture.
Sign Language Made Simple
by Karen Lewis
Inside of Sign Language Made Simple, you will see over 1,200+ illustrations. The book is very easy to use, and enjoyable to read. It’s a great book with a great price.
The American Sign Language Phrasebook
by Lou Fant, Barbara Bernstein Fant & Betty Miller
To put it plainly, this ASL book has been the go-to resource for the deaf and the individuals who must communicate with them such as family, and friends.
American Sign Language Dictionary
by Martin Sternberg
A well illustrated reference book on all things sign language. It’s very well-written and includes easily understood instructions for the proper use of each different sign. In total, the book has over 5,000 signs and around 8,000 illustrations. A must have.
Dirty Sign Language
by Van James T & Allison O
Learn the signs you won’t find being taught in any classroom. Slang, dirty words, and curse words… its got it all.
The Everything Sign Language Book
by Irene Duke
With over 300 illustrations, you’ll be able to get a quick grip on ASL. Inside you’ll learn: the alphabet, questions, numbers, time and much more.